Wednesday, October 06, 2010

One Nation

It was truly an honor and pleasure to join the tens of thousands on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial for the One Nation Working Together March on 10. 02. 10.  Americans of every political party, age, faith, sex, nationality, ethnicity, sexual orientation and ability were invited and welcomed fueled by hope, pride and determination to move our country forward.

I watched in awe as the energy and enthusiasm grew to heights not seen since the months and days leading up to the 2008 Presidential election. I believe 10. 02. 10 was the beginning of a movement – a movement to reclaim the dream of jobs, justice and education for ALL –a movement to end the gridlock on Capitol Hill and most importantly - a movement to the polls on    11. 02. 10.

It is not too late! Capture the spirit of One Nation Working Together. Join the movement and march to Election Day on      11. 0 2 .10 and beyond to move our country forward!

Live Life with A Purpose!

One Nation Working Together March




Comments

1. Cyn said...

You go GURL!

2. Jesse said...

This may be an uphill battle,but well worth the fight.

3. Karon said...

Straight out of the "I love Obama" liberal handbook for the misinformed.The word was change,now its Movement.

4. Michael said...

I would have made the trip from Miami if I had known you would be there!lol Great work!

5. fredyt123 said...

Wow - I'm so impressed with TF's presentation. It has such a positive vibe and just in time as the nation gets ready for the November elections.

6. Suzanne said...

Great piece!Love WCLM!

7. Buddy said...

The movement is blessed to have you. Keep the faith.

8. Ashleigh said...

Too little too late.I was not moved by this anti-Beck rally

9. Gerry said...

Why is it that you talk about a movement and the eight years of Bush while ignoring the failed policies of the past two years?This rally was a means to rewrite history.I agree with Ashleigh.Not impressed.

10. Robert Brown said...

Wonderful!

11. Baye Kambui said...

Tanya, you have my vote! But that's no secret. Great segment...

song currently stuck in my head: "wheelin'" - john coltrane & frank wess

12. Cary said...

The goal of one nation is attainable.We were one nation after the 9/11 attacks.We don't have to agree on all topics.We can retain our partisan politics,only with civility and respect.Extremists on both sides should be ashamed.I applaud you getting a cross section of people at the march.I especially agree with the group of Obama supporters who want to hold his feet to the fire.Constructive,civil criticism is what we need.We also need Tanya Free in the movement.I can't wait to hear what's next on the agenda before election day. I don't do social media,but am a news and progressive blog junkie.

13. Art said...

Great job Tanya.

14. Eddie said...

I don’t think this liberal meeting of socialist types will improve the image of the Democratic Party and will not improve their chances in November.

15. Tina said...

Tanya, Jay Jay from Arizona Wow!!! I was there I don't know how I missed you I would have loved to speak. I love your selection of interviewing. GOP and Obama do not mix they were suppose to be at the rally held weeks ago for the republican party. Good video. All I have to say is we need JOBS Simple.

16. Tina said...

Tanya, another thought I thought that it was a pacifier to because we marched to the Lincoln Memorial. It was not advertise as it could have been in Washington, DC and we should have done this on a business day toward the Hill were the decisions are being made and really made a stand. I still this this was a thumb to say we did speak on the republican march weeks before.

17. Mel said...

Great piece.It is a shame how so many have posted negative and "doctored" videos of the march implying that the day was all about Socialism.I am going to forward this video to my contacts.



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