KC ‘Stand Up For Religious Freedom’ Rally – 3/23/2012

Today  is the dreaded  second anniversary of the passage of the Obamacare Hydra, and at 12:00 noon in over 130 cities across the nation, crowds of concerned citizens rallied  to Stand Up For Religious Freedom and Stop the HHS Mandate”.

I went to the rally in at the U.S. District Courthouse at 500 State ave in KC,  where a crowd of about 200 people were assembled.

They started off the rally with a rosary:

The crowd showed its love for America:


This gentleman from Life Front, gave a rousing speech, quoting Patrick Henry:

“237 years ago today – March 23, 1775, Patrick Henry spoke these words”:

“Is life so dear, or peace so sweet, as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery? Forbid it, Almighty God! I know not what course others may take; but as for me, give me liberty or give me death!”

After the rally, an organizer thanked the assembled cops for putting up with us.

If you were unable to go to one of today’s rally’s, there’s still next Tuesday’s AFP “Hand’s off my Healthcare rallies in Washington DC, and Jefferson City, MO.

You can also: SIGN THE HERITAGE FOUNDATION’S, “REPEAL OBAMACARE” PETITION, TODAY!

UPDATE:

LifeNews: Thousands of Pro-Life Advocates Rally for Religious Freedom

Thousands of pro-life Americans took to nearly 200 local rallies in cities and towns across the country to stand up for religious freedom and against the Obama mandate that requires employers to pay for birth control and drugs that may cause abortions.

The rally in Washington, D.C. was so large organizers had problems getting the entire crowd in one picture.

The Daily Caller: Rep. Walsh on Obamacare: ‘We have to be prepared to go to jail’:

Republican Rep. Joe Walsh told supporters that they have to be prepared to go to prison in order to protect the freedoms and liberties they now enjoy.

Walsh’s five-minute speech, delivered at a rally for religious liberty at Federal Plaza in Chicago, evoked a Braveheart-like response as the crowd chanted, “Freedom! Freedom! Freedom!” upon its completion.

“We have to be prepared to go to jail. Are we prepared?” Walsh asked rhetorically.

The crowd responded with a boisterous, “Yes!”

Nearly a thousand people braved a steady rain in the Windy City to attend the rally.
UPDATE II:
How the President commemorated the 2nd year anniversary of his monstrosity, via Twitchy:
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