Huffington Promises Free Ride to Stewart, Colbert Rally in DC
NEW YORK - MAY 08: Political commentator Arianna Huffington attends the celebration for Time Magazine's 100 Most Infuential People issue at Jazz at Lincoln Center May 8, 2006 in New York City. (Photo by Brad Barket/Getty Images)
Wednesday, Sep 29, 2010 Updated at 5:49 PM EST
Website publisher Arianna Huffington has a ticket to ride -- one for everybody who wants to get to Washington from New York for the rally scheduled by Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert next month.
Appearing on Comedy Central's "The Daily Show'' on Tuesday, Huffington told Stewart that anyone who arrives at her office in Lower Manhattan on Oct. 30 can hitch a free ride on one of her buses.
She said her "promise'' is to have as many buses as people to fill them.
An information sign-up list is on the website for The Huffington Post.
Stewart's "Rally to Restore Sanity'' and a competing "March to Keep Fear Alive'' led by his fellow TV host, Colbert, will take place on the National Mall.
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