Feeling pretty proud, right now.
— Lisa Kinsella (@lisakinsella) January 21, 2017
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- Huffington Post
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- Calgary Herald
They are extraordinary. Why? Because those are real people. I saw 50,000 of them in Toronto today, when I marched with them. My wife and daughter saw 500,000 of them, too, at the main march in Washington.
Over and over, today, I heard regular, everyday folks – not professional protestors and political types – say: “I have never been in a protest before.” And then they’d say how happy they were that they came.
Those women (and men) made me feel better, politically, than I have at any time since November 8. They reminded me that the majority aren’t going to put up with this racist, sexist, lying, groping fascistic sonofabitch. Not a chance.
Today, more than ever, I am convinced the Unpresident is not going to finish his whole term. And that today’s marches are just the start of something amazing.
…and a lot of the world is marching, too. I will be doing so at noon at Queen’s Park with thousands of others. (Look for the old punk guy in an Obama ball cap and a DONALD TRUMP IS AN ASSHOLE T-shirt.)
Oh, and here’s a CBC report quoting my wife, now heading to the big march in Washington:
Sing along. It’s almost as good as spending the next three days drowning your sorrows.