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Stewart, Colbert rally brings out the best in signmaking

Saturday’s Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear, held on the National Mall in Washington drew an estimated crowd of more than 200,000.

The event featured Jon Stewart’s and Stephen Colbert’s routine shtick, as well as a several A-list musical performers (The Peace Train/Crazy Train duel between Cat Stevens, AKA Yusuf, and Ozzy Osbourne was a highlight). But what I’m seeing a the most of on news sites are photos of the signs that the ralliers held high.

Some of the sign-holders made a statement, some of them made jokes, and some of them made little sense. Legal Affairs Reporter Danielle Ulman was in attendance at the rally and took photos of some of the signs. They can be seen in the Flickr slideshow below.  More links to photos of the event can be found below the video box.

– From The Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear website

The Huffington Post: The funniest signs from the rally

From The Washington Post