Club Inauguration

I can’t say how many clients, colleagues, friends, and random people on the streets I’ve heard saying they are planning to attend the inauguration. I found this picture on the right of the DC mall during the “March for Women’s Lives”… no one has ever heard of that, so go ahead and multiply that crowd by 1000. Picture yourself 3 miles away, unable to see or hear anything. The weather is calling for a cloudy 25 degrees. I have to say, if Abraham Lincoln came back from the dead to be inaugurated as President I wouldn’t want to be there in those conditions. So good luck to all who think they are going to go participate.

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6 Responses to Club Inauguration

  1. bchallies says:

    I suppose just being in the crowd is part of the experience….

  2. Susanna Rose says:

    I think I’d go if good old Abe was there! He would be a man worth fighting the crowds to see! PEBO on the other hand…not so much…

  3. Grace says:

    I do not think I would want to be there either. Apparently a lot of people get sick from the cold.

  4. Ya, not a huge fan of the crowds. Saw the Pope while in Italy and although it was very neat, it was a little crazy…and that’s not the inauguration. The crowds would take away from my enjoyment of the experience. Although it would be neat to say that you were there, even if you were 10km away…

  5. um, I think I’d rather watch it on tv. I’m not good in the cold either.

  6. bchallies says:

    Imagine all those black faces. This was their day. Their great leader had come. Martin Luther recidivus, With a mighty gesture he throws opens the gates of oppression at Club Gitmo. And then, without hesitation – such is the greatness of this son of man – with a penstroke, he decrees a death warrant on all those little black babies whose skulls will be crushed by white and Jewish abortionists. And you, black man, have waited so long for this day of liberation. It took 50 years for this. You’d be far better lamenting at the back of the bus.

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