Glenn Beck Rally

The talk sensation looked more like a televangelist at his “Restoring Honor” rally this weekend, but his preaching about unity only proved his biggest adversary is himself.

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TV commentator Glenn Beck addresses thousands of supporters at his Restoring Honor rally on the U.S. National Mall in Washington, August 28, 2010. Beck's rally, advertised as a "non-political event that pays tribute to America's service personnel and other upstanding citizens who embody our nation's founding principles of integrity, truth and honor," has generated controversy for being held on the same day and location as Martin Luther King's 1963 'I Have a Dream' speech.

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Former Alaskan Governor and Tea Party darling Sarah Palin speaks during the rally.

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The crowd attending the "Restoring Honor" rally, as seen from the top of the Washington Monument.

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Thousands of Americans gathered Saturday in the heart of the U.S. capital.

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Reverend Al Sharpton and supporters hold a news conference outside City Hall, ahead of the march to commemorate the 47th anniversary of King's speech. Sharpton and supporters of the National Action Network will hold a 'Reclaim the Dream' rally at the same time as Beck's rally.

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Alveda King, the niece of Martin Luther King, Jr., speaks during a television interview before the 'Restoring Honor' rally.

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Two rally attendees are dressed for the occasion.

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Beck shakes hands with supporters at the site of the Restoring Honor rally on Friday.

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People start to gather at the site of the Restoring Honor rally by the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, on Friday.