On October 30, 2010 Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert developed the Rally to Restore Sanity to unite people in the U.S. in spite of their disagreement on the direction the country is taking. Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert are hosting the event because of the personal attacks that occur when people are divided on the issues.
Like any rally, many people carried hand crafted signs that expressed their feelings. These signs were not designed professionally but with the use of language and humor they are very effective at illustrating their good points clearly.
Below you will find a video that showcase some of the signs that were made for the rally that brought 200,000 people to Washington D.C. for open dialog about the issues that the U.S. faces. Thinkhaus finds these signs inspiring as they show the power to make a difference and a change that needs to happen.