"This is a moment .æ.æ. that I think we reclaim the civil rights movement. It has been so distorted and so turned upside down. . . . We are on the right side of history. We are on the side of individual freedoms and liberties and damn it, we will reclaim the civil rights moment. We will take that movement, because we were the people that did it in the first place!" Glenn Beck said this three months ago in promoting his Restoring Honor rally this Saturday at the Lincoln Memorial. The "we" references didn't go over well with columnist Leonard Pitts. "Beck’s contention that his 'we’ were the architects of the civil rights movement is worse than nonsensical, worse than mendacious, worse than shameless,” Pitts wrote. “It is obscene. It is theft of legacy. It is robbery of martyrs' graves."