I feel sick.

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I started watching part of the inauguration, and couldn’t continue.   Trump as POTUS?  The reality of it makes me feel literally ill.   I just can’t stand to watch.    I think  many Americans feel the same way right now.

I don’t agree with violent protesting, as happened several blocks away in Washington, DC today, but I certainly can empathize with their sentiments.  I feel pretty angry and disgusted with my country right now.

On the bright side, First Lady Melania is absolutely gorgeous, and I like little Barron.

I also am really starting to appreciate Barack Obama now.  It’s so sad that he’s no longer our president.

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25 thoughts on “I feel sick.

  1. Yeah I could only tolerate a few minutes. The violent protesting turned me off too. It’s important to stay positive in times like these.

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    • Interesting perspective, nowve666 – and no doubt right on in some instances, come to think of it. (I hope you feel better soon, btw – today is lousy enough without dealing with a cold on top of it)

      I believe Trumpet is preparing to be justified declaring Marshall Law – yet another step in his fascist forward march. How does he THINK many people will respond to his incendiary tweets and comments? (Oops, I forgot – he doesn’t think!)

      I’ve never been envious of Rip van Winkle before this election cycle!
      xx,
      mgh
      (Madelyn Griffith-Haynie – ADDandSoMuchMore dot com)
      – ADD Coach Training Field founder; ADD Coaching co-founder –
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  2. No. No. No. What on earth made you decide to watch that. It’s no wonder you’re sick. At midnight last night I declared a 36 hour moratorium on Facebook, Twitter and the news. Not a simple thing for this news junkie, but I knew I wouldn’t be able to handle it.

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  3. I couldn’t agree more. I was so sick of the coverage that I had a self-imposed media black out and even blogged about it. Today, though, I think it is my civic duty to start listening and watching how we are now being governed. Yesterday’s Women’s Marches have given me hope.

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