A Tale of Two Inaugurations

Bookending the anti-American, anti-Judeo-Christian nightmare of President Obama’s two terms in office, we attended the second inauguration celebration of President George W. Bush, and the first of President Donald J Trump. Their stark differences highlight and reflect the social and cultural deteriorations of our society under the eight agonizing years of Obama’s “transformative” presidency. In retrospect, what we experienced proved the resistance was planned well in advance, and launched on President Trump’s Inauguration Day, not on the day after.

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5 Responses to A Tale of Two Inaugurations

  1. Nemo says:

    I knew we (the country) were in deep doodoo when the Roman or Greek, take your pick, columns made their debut on the first inauguration stage.

    Talk about hubris.

  2. SgtBob says:

    Yes, Ms. Lechter, we understand. in 2001 you had V(Self)IP tickets and knew lots and lots of people and attended inaugural dances and stuff, but in the 2017 bashes, not as many people knew who you were. Shameless name-dropping without name-dropping.

  3. Alex says:

    Obama wasn’t anti “Judeo-Christian”, he was anti-white and anti Christian. Jews didn’t pay any price for his presidency. Jews and Christians have been at each others throats for two thousand years, with Jews often siding with Moslems. Only since WW2 has Judeo Christian become a thing.

  4. Sam says:

    Judeo-Christian ? ha ha ha …too funny, Hebrews loved Christ so much that they nailed him to a cross as a testament to their supreme devotion.

    John 14:6
    Jesus answered, “I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.

    • Wirecutter says:

      His followers were Hebrew. They didn’t nail Him to a cross, it was the Pharisees that wanted Herod to try and convict Him – you know, the leaders of their religion, their politicians.

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