Comedians/talk show hosts/activists Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert held a rally in DC which was a cross between a mediocre comedy show, a parade of B stars, and an attempt to show the country that not everyone is a bombastic lunatic who thinks anyone who doesn't agree with them politically is a traitor (I mean, in my case people who don't agree with me ARE traitors and should be executed, but that's not the way it is for everyone). I had considered going, but the last time I went to our nation's capital my bus broke down and I figured I could skip that happening again. Also, I actually never been to a rally and didn't know what to expect, so it seemed it might be better just to watch it on TV. As mentioned, it wasn't too thrilling, although maybe that's just how all rallies are. I do really like the idea behind the event and am quite glad it took place. Pity so many (supposed) news organizations decided to ignore it because they didn't want to seem bias...by reporting an actual political event.