Monday, January 19, 2009

Will you be protesting the new President?

A new president is being inaugurated as leader of the United States. Will you be there protesting, throwing snowballs at the presidential and vice presidential limousines, holding hate-filled signs, and shouting profanities?

No? Neither will I ... because conservatives do not operate that way. This is a day to be celebrated by Democrats and I will not be participating.

Wouldn't it have been nice if the Democrats had let us enjoy our two inaugurations of President George W. Bush without trying to ruin it with what I described in the first paragraph?


Anonymous said...

I am going to Richmond and leaving town. It's not worth staying in Northern Virginia and stuck in my apartment.

I don't plan on watching the transfer of power either. It would just make me feel more depressed for the assault of our liberties in the next few years.

I wish Obama the best, but it will just be a day lacking hope for our nation.

Anonymous said...

Now, Crystal, that is no attitude to have. Why can't we all just get along.

Anonymous said...

Hmm. Let's see. Did Obama steal the election, as Bush did? Did Obama launch a catastrophic war, as Bush did? Did Obama wreck the Constitution and spy on American citizens, as Bush did? No, No, and No. So what's to protest?

Anonymous said...

GOP Rock,

It is not a bad attitude. It is just a rough day, however I am having hope now knowing the GOP will be stronger and more united.

Anonymous said...

For your information, I am wishing President Obama well today on my blog. I have put aside partisanship to celebrate America and the transition of power. My prayers are with the new President and his administration. Although I do not agree on his policies, he is our President and this is a historic moment in our country.

Steve Harkonnen said...

Good message!

However, I will not be crying like the rest of them here at work.

Strange, my network shuts down in five minutes due to a power outage.