A video podcast report from Jim, on Pennsylvania Avenue for Inauguration Day.
Jim started out many miles away, hiking down the Capital Crescent Trail, and through Georgetown before arriving at the National Mall.
Gene Robinson, just like Rick Warren, has decided to use the power of the President of the United States to try to promote his own career. Gene Robinson has bought into the corrupt and unconstitutional system of power which says that religious Americans deserve perks and privileges from the President.
Why did Barack Obama arrange for Gene Robinson to be scheduled to take the stage before cameras were rolling, and had the microphones turned off so that even people who were there in person couldn’t hear a word he said? What is Barack Obama afraid of?
Why Inauguration Day will also be the inauguration of my life without a car.
That’s a quote. The pre-game show at the Inauguration looks to be entertaining, if yesterday’s protests at the Inaugural concert are any indication.
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