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Stewart, Colbert rallies: Who shows up from sports?

Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert are taking over the Mall on 10/30/10 with their dueling "Rally to Restore Sanity" and "March to Keep Fear Alive".

The last time something like this hit D.C., Glenn Beck was the host and Cardinals Manager Tony La Russa and slugger Albert Pujols showed up to be honored in what they said was a totally apolitical way.

Who from the sports world would you like to see at the Stewart-Colbert palooza? Peyton and Brady? Jeter and Streep (technically not in sports, I know)? The Jets and Ines Sainz? Pujols and La Russa (looks like they might be free then)?

By Cindy Boren  | September 17, 2010; 10:59 AM ET
 
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Keep Fear Alive because No Roads Lead to Rome. Not anymore....

Posted by: CenturionMarcusValerius | September 17, 2010 12:14 PM | Report abuse

here is an interesting take on blaming the victim

http://nineteen80snore.com/2010/09/22/snore-blames-the-victim-and-doesnt-apologize/

Posted by: nineteen80snore | September 22, 2010 5:09 PM | Report abuse

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