, 01.20.2021 11:57 AM

So happy

So proud to have worked for this man, albeit in a minuscule role. So happy, too. ⁦‪

10 Comments

  1. Pipes says:

    Makes me want to dance……….

  2. I’ve got to tell you Warren that the tears came easily and often most especially when they recited the Pledge of Allegiance: it made me think back to my late little Mother who as a child in Milwaukee recited it every day in class even though she was born in Montreal. (Her siblings were all born in the U.S.). The other, of course, was the moment Biden was sworn in. I hope that God has in some fashion played a role in the ascension of this gentleman: may he be the man of the hour going forward for his country. May God Bless Him and all of his people. He does lead the greatest nation and force for good on the face of the Earth.

  3. Robert White says:

    Congrats on the win, Warren. Thank you for all the effort you put in to rid the world of the orange menace bad person and his sidekick alien lizard guy.

    Glad to see this finally end rationally with Biden & Harris at helm.

    Good work!

    Cheers, Robert

  4. faithless elector says:

    Holy crap, I didn’t fully realize how boring the Presidency actually is until Trump was out. As it should be:)

    • Ronald O'Dowd says:

      FE,

      IMHO, the key to a long term truce with the press is serial accountability. Understandably, the press has cut Biden some ice for now on question dodging. In this case, Iran and the FBI director. I thought there way too much dodging well into Obama’s first term. I hope Biden won’t repeat that. Dodging always has only one meaning: a direct invitation to lose precious built up credibility. Remember that, Jen.

  5. Doug Brown says:

    Allowing celebrities to participate in the Inauguration was a bad move if Biden is truly trying to reach out to all Americans, and works counter to the message that the government is working on real issues.

    Also, a more low key event might have been more appropriate for a time when many Americans are struggling and when government is drowning in debt

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