Wednesday, 20 January 2021

Let’s move on


 Whatever your politics, the President of the United States must be articulate and calm and possess a sense of humour. Biden and Kamala Harris seem to have have those traits.

Good luck America



48 comments:

  1. Couldn't have put it better myself.

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  2. A proper President of the US and a proper Vice President is so welcome but nearly half the country's voters did not vote Democrat. The US of A is not out of the woods yet.

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  3. Frightening times, but so glad that idiot will be out of the White House in 6 hours (and 10 minutes). Here's hoping!

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  4. Thank you! We are going to need luck and common sense I am so happy for the change we will have today.

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  5. tRUMP leaving the White House: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ZTdqh-a0tU&list=RD2ZTdqh-a0tU&start_radio=1&t=106

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  6. It was heartening to hear Joe Biden talk about healing America rather than you-know-who ranting "Build a wall!" I hope the healing begins today. xx

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  7. Thank you John. It has been a long, horrible four years.

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  8. Well so far there has been censorship and folks fired and troops removed because of their political affiliation and we have been told there would be re-education camps . Not very reassuring but I am hoping.

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  9. They have already acted with class and compassion. We have hope.

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  10. Oh, the relentless fuckery of the Cheeto administration will abate for a change. There's still misinformation (just look at what dear Diana posted) and the MAGAts are still confident something will happen that will allow Agolf Twitler to 'come back' and keep their racism and xenophobia up front in American politics.
    I, for one, am relieved. An adult at the wheel? Yes, please.

    XOXO

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  11. thank you so much! it's been such a long, horrible 4 thousand years.

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  12. Anyone is going to seem calm, articulate and humorous compared to him.

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  13. I am watching a split screen of one leaving in a ridiculous way and the other behaving as a normal human. I can't describe how awful the ls 4 years have been.

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  14. Please, please please let the impeachment stick this time!

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    1. They have to CONVICT and I hope to hell McConnell and the Senate do their job and convict his ass this time!!! That will make sure he can't ever run for anything political again! I would prefer he spends the rest of his miserable life in prison!!!

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    2. Barbara Anne3:00 pm

      Me, too, Debdor and Marcia!

      Hugs!

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  15. Thank you, John. We are looking forward with hope.
    Bonnie in Minneapolis

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  16. People have been relieved of their duties in he National Guard for their participation in or support of militia terrorists. People who stormed the Capitol have lost jobs because of their violent acts. Yet today, a mere four hours and fifteen minutes from now, our President will surely ask for peace and unity. We’ll see how those who have vowed to desecrate our country reacts.

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  17. The world heaves a sigh of relief. May all go well.

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  18. Thanks! We'll need it...

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  19. New beginnings,

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  20. I'm just watching Trump leave the WH - a total lack of class right to the end!
    Good luck to Biden and Harris.

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  21. I have my fingers firmly crossed that the good folk of America can at last be heard and live their lives in safety ... and the Trump-witts go back into the woodwork to be exterminated. They have rotted the country over the last few years fawning over that horrible misogynistic, racist excuse of a man.

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  22. Hope and decency have returned to the USA.

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  23. Such a sign of relief when his plane took or. Hopefully never to return to Washington DC in any official position. Back to what America once was prior to these past 4 years. It will be a long time to make consistent changes and it is now a more dangerous world because of him. Hopefully we will all have the resolve to move on.

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  24. we have bubbly in the fridge just waiting for 12 noon! intelligent, science-believing, fact-believing, classy adults return to the not-whites-only house today! suck it, MAGAts!

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    1. I started a highball at 1 p.m. It's 5 p.m. somewhere, Anne Marie.

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  25. Haven't been this happy since my last grandchild was born.

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  26. We'll need that wish of luck from you and everyone else. I have a hope of a hope that things will get better.

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  27. Yes, good luck America, it`s been saddening to see and hear so many Americans so distressed by this presidency, they all deserve so much more from a leader.

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  28. Thank you John. 🇺🇸
    Patty

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  29. Anonymous2:41 pm

    Oh, happy day! What a relief to see the entire crime family leave on Air Force 1 for the very last time. A future without that man's face and voice on the TV every day is going to be so wonderful. It's a party at my house today. An isolated pandemic party of two but we are celebrating!
    Mimi

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  30. Indeed. I look forward to some restoration of goodwill and sanity.

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  31. Barbara Anne2:57 pm

    Amen, and thank you! We SO agree and we're partying, too. Our American flag is also flying. We do wonder when our neighbor will take down his TR**P flag.

    Hugs!

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  32. Amidst troubled times, moving on is important. Today marks the beginning.

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  33. Happy inauguration day! Here’s to a better future! Wishing all the best to Biden/Harris as they work to heal our country. Peace!

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  34. Anonymous4:04 pm

    Watching the inaugeration of President Biden, l feel quite teary, in a good way, and l have no ties with the U.S. in any way, except for a liking of hot dogs and American T.V. series.
    God Bless America!
    Tess xx

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  35. May there be no violence at the inauguration. My heart is in my throat until the new president, MY president, is safely in charge

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  36. Just watched Joe Biden's speech..... stunning...and more so, done without notes

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  37. May they have peace and stability.

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  38. I’ve watched the inauguration and thought Joe Bidens speech was brilliant and I did get a bit emotional, good luck to America, after the last four years you all deserve better. Debbie

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  39. Tomorrow the work begins. 74 million voted for a second term

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  40. A toast to new beginnings at least there are adults in the white house, President Biden has experience and compassion and is surrounding himself with professional people. Trump pardoned I believe over 100 friends today many of who swindled people of their money much like Trump himself the man has no shame.

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