Sunday, September 20, 2009

The March: Unedited

Well, here it is. I was going to try to do some fancy edits or something, add a little music, put in some amazing graphics. But, than I thought you know what I'm just going to leave the footage as is raw and with my amazing camera work. By, the way I'm sorry for the camera work:)

A few points. The march started out on Freedom Plaza. We were supposed to gather there from 9:00 am to 11:30 or so. The first scenes are coming up onto Freedom Plaza and having no idea where the thing began. The crowd was immense. In fact it was so large that the march started at like 10:00 because there just wasn't room on the plaza. The march itself was the funnest part. It was just great to around so many people who love their country. I think one of the funnest things was passing a building that had the First Amendment written on the front of it. Every group that passed in front of it gave a huge cheer. When the next group of people came upon it they realized what everyone else was cheering about and would let off a cheer of their own. We gathered on the lawn of the Capitol building. We initially were in the back of the stage for the speakers. We tried to get around to the front but just could not do it. It was impossible to get any sense from a video camera the immensity of the crowd. It was magnificent. I love this country. I love that we have the right to assemble and to freely speak. I want to say a special thanks to my dear friends Ranae and Emily who were with me. What an opportunity to stand up with loved ones. I look forward to continuing to stand up for principles of freedom and this blessed nation and to doing so with loved ones again.


Anonymous said...

Hey Manaj, I watched both of your vids and have just got to ask, what happened to all those Sarah Palin Americans? Didn't any turn up?

“White, working class, mainly rural and….. old – old in their skin and old in their minds.”

manajordan said...

Thanks for watching and God bless. The people there were Americans who love their country.

Beehive said...

Great job. You did a fantastic job with the filming. Looks like you had a great time.

I am jealous. Wished I could of been there.

What a great bunch of Americans. I am proud of you and them for representing us back east.

Deena said...

Ronny sat on my lap as we watched your vidoes. We both enjoyed the peaceful multitudes standing up for what is right.

OldDude said...


Great job all the way around and thanks for standing up for all us wrinkly old folks!!!