'One Nation' makes up history for itself.

Robert James Maddox
One wonders if the mainstream media will call out the "One Nation" organization for the obtuse misuse of a photograph on their website depicting the magnitude of their rally on October 2.

From their website.

Obviously, the picture is not from the One Nation rally. It is from the 1963 March on Washington where Martin Luther King delivered his "I have a Dream" speech.

 The image has been given terms of use as HTML called 'march-share' for posting on other websites for 'sharing stories & experiences from the 10-2-10 rally.'
The offending misuse of the photo in the HTML frame/ad is currently depicted at the following websites (no doubt only a fraction of the real total, from only a few minutes of web searching, and certainly not all of them):

http://www.njnaacp.org/
http://evans-politics.com/10-2-10-the-day-the-mid-term-narrative-changes.html
http://www.psea.org/general.aspx?id=7157
http://prideatwork.blogspot.com/2010/09/one-nation-working-together.html
http://www.afscmeblog.org/2010/09/13/we-voted-for-change-and-thats-what-we-demand/
Shockingly, the NAACP did not notice the misuse of an historic photo, using the same photo on its national site here via the 'get more information here' link.
A hijack of history has occurred by the liberal left. Will anyone notice?
One wonders if the mainstream media will call out the "One Nation" organization for the obtuse misuse of a photograph on their website depicting the magnitude of their rally on October 2.

From their website.

Obviously, the picture is not from the One Nation rally. It is from the 1963 March on Washington where Martin Luther King delivered his "I have a Dream" speech.

 The image has been given terms of use as HTML called 'march-share' for posting on other websites for 'sharing stories & experiences from the 10-2-10 rally.'
The offending misuse of the photo in the HTML frame/ad is currently depicted at the following websites (no doubt only a fraction of the real total, from only a few minutes of web searching, and certainly not all of them):

http://www.njnaacp.org/
http://evans-politics.com/10-2-10-the-day-the-mid-term-narrative-changes.html
http://www.psea.org/general.aspx?id=7157
http://prideatwork.blogspot.com/2010/09/one-nation-working-together.html
http://www.afscmeblog.org/2010/09/13/we-voted-for-change-and-thats-what-we-demand/
Shockingly, the NAACP did not notice the misuse of an historic photo, using the same photo on its national site here via the 'get more information here' link.
A hijack of history has occurred by the liberal left. Will anyone notice?