What If It Rains on the Reason Rally?

The soon to be famous Reason Rally happens on Saturday, March 24, 2012, on the National Mall, Washington, D.C.

Here is information:


The American Atheists Convention follows. See:


Dave Silverman was just on CNN talking about the rally, and he was excellent!

Now, current weather forecast calls for rain in Washington, D.C. on March 24th.

If it rains, should you still come to the Reason Rally?

Hell Yes!!

Some who were planning to attend may now be thinking maybe they should not because of rain.

Well, if you think that way, maybe you are right.

You might melt.

Maybe the enemies of freedom will wait to attack until you are warm, dry, well rested, feeling good, well fed, and comfy.

Maybe the forces of unreason will wait for some time when their attack will not interrupt anything else you might have or want to do.

This is the 100th year of the cherry blossoms in our nation’s capitol.

The cherry blossoms are blooming early for us.


What global warming?

Anyhow, if it is just plain not “convenient” for you to attend this history making event, worry not.

Others will defend your rights and the rights of generations to come.

They always have so far.

But you really should be there.

Do you have something more important to do this weekend?

Edwin Kagin © 2012.



  1. Mary says

    Sure, I’ll be there rain or shine. I do want to know, though, if there are thunderstorms and if the park authorities require that we leave the mall for safety reasons (avoiding death by lightning) what is the contingency plan?

  2. says

    I’m so glad you posted this. I’ve been so busy panicking about all the other parts of planning our trip that I thought the weather was already in the bag. I’ll pick up a couple of those cheap ponchos, bring my water-treated baseball cap and i’ll be fine. Thanks!

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