A million or more rock Washington
Taxpayer march could be biggest rally ever in capital
See thousands descend on National Mall
Watch the action in Washington D.C.
GOP's Pence: 'You look like the cavalry to me'
'I believe we are on the verge of a great American awakening'
Democrats playing numbers game on march turnout
'You set the bar at 2 million and anything under it becomes a failure'
Crowd shouts down live CNN reporter
'Tell the truth,' 'No more lies' chant protesters in background
GOP Now Embraces Conservative Groups' Protest
Mark McKinnon, a former adviser to Sen. John McCain (Ariz.) and other Republicans, said there is an "opportunity for Republicans" to tap into legitimate fears about an overreaching federal government. But he said that "right-wing nutballs are aligning themselves with these movements" and are dominating media coverage.
"It's bad for Republicans because in the absence of any real leadership, the freaks fill the void and define the party," McKinnon said.