Inauguration Therapy


Tomorrow may be one of the most difficult days in the lives of many adults in America.  Many of us remember the shock and horror we felt on 9-11.  We were dismayed that something so horrible could happen to America.  We wondered how this could possibly happen.  Nothing anyone said made sense of it.  Nothing made us feel better.  I expect those same feelings to return tomorrow.  I find that when all seems lost, the best therapy is to find something to laugh about.  Thus I am sharing some of my favorite videos.  We’ve seen them before, but they still make us laugh.  Laugh with me to keep from crying.

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    1. OnceWritten,
      If McCain had won, or if Romney had won, I would agree that my country demands that all of us respect and honor our President. However Trump is in a different category. When he advocates unconstitutional ideas, as some point we have to stand up to the tyrant and say…”You ARe Not My President.”

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      1. I may have given Romney a look, but McCain? he flip flops and sways with the wind. Plus he allowed the “somebody” to force the “palin” on the ticket. The motive? what we see today.

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    2. I have supported the USA President 100% for 8yrs. I do not support incoming espionage and treason committed by the republican party. We do not move forward until the Constitution Allows us to.

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  1. Laughter is medicine. Food is medicine. Exercise is medicine. Is all healthy and good for health. Aloha Friday at noon is a great day for a luau to Celebrate President Obama and First Family. ((:

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  2. I am with you Malia. It seems as tragic as 9/11…. we just haven’t seen the actual fatality count of broken friendships and families over this evilness that has invaded our country. Plus, is there any way to measure the lives that will be impacted by healthcare chaos?

    Hilarity helps immensely. I am sure there will be more hilarity from the inauguration of a fat orange sexual predator with no obvious filter or intellect tomorrow.

    I don’t have time to excitedly watch as I am going to be giving myself a root canal when I am finished with a coffee enema.

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  3. There is a simple way to deal with life each day. It has helped me since election day, When I get up, I play the intro to “Twilight Zone.” I can remain numb until the KGB, Russian troops, and pogroms arrive.

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  4. Malia, this one is my go-to antidote for everything bad.

    Friday is my birthday. Gonna be an ice cream and classic movie day. Complete with jammies and bunny slippers. Stop by.

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  5. It’ll be terrible watching the damage that Trump and his “Band of Gators” will wreck on our country when they destroy the agencies they are being given control of. This is exactly what the Tea Party has been threatening to do since the Koch Bros. founded them: “drag government into a tub and drown it.”

    May they all enjoy their trip to the guillotine.

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  6. so, when someone suggests we support this incoming president, doesn’t that mean we support the destruction of public schools? the destruction of environmental protections? taxing the poor to provide for the rich? undermining health care? vouchering medicare and social security? gutting out healthcare system with no provisions for replacement? blatant disrespect for women? undermining the security of the country? and on and on and on.

    no, actually, i do NOT want to support the incoming president. i want to stay vigilant. blotus only cares about himself, no one is watching out for the country if we all support the incoming president.

    First they came for the Socialists, and I did not speak out—
    Because I was not a Socialist.
    Then they came for the Trade Unionists, and I did not speak out—
    Because I was not a Trade Unionist.
    Then they came for the Jews, and I did not speak out—
    Because I was not a Jew.
    Then they came for me—and there was no one left to speak for me

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