Woe is us who came to cheer

A bad experience for Obama fans who waited for hours with their purple tickets, getting nowhere, until noon and the end of it.

And then, shear, crushing disappointment descends over the crowd. Unlike the smiles on all the faces you walked by on, say, election night, or in the metro last night, this crowd had to summon up all they had left after multiple hours in the cold to give a tepid ovation to the inauguration of a new president.

Symbolic of the presidency to come.

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  • coffee  On January 20, 2009 at 11:24 PM

    i can honestly say i’m looking forward to the next eight years…

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  • Margaret  On January 21, 2009 at 9:05 AM

    I spent the morning at a Day of Reflection so that I didn’t have to watch or hear about this “historic” event. The Obama fans just got a taste of how life will be when government runs our lives in every detail as the Left wants.

    The comments fail to connect the failure of the organizers with the fact that they will be running the whole country with as much concern for the people in it as they showed to their supporters.

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