Kind of embarrassing, wouldn't you think?
This one seems kind of self explanatory. I didn't know that issue had come into question, but apparently it was worth a big protest march.
Hope that's not a tattoo. Just sayin, that might be one you could regret someday.
Even the geriatric set got involved, wearing the silly hat. This one had to sit down during the protest due to her advanced age.
So I respect everybody's right to protest. Hell, it's the first amendment. Peacefully gather to petition the government for a redress of their grievances. I'm just trying to figure out what the hell the grievances are.
As of today, President Donald Trump has been in office for what, two days? And most of that was parades and balls and such. So what's he done that warrants a petition for redress? He hasn't taken anybody's rights. He hasn't repealed any laws. He hasn't banished women to the kitchen to make sandwiches. Although I could use a sandwich about now.
So what's the beef? I mean generally when you demand a redress for grievances there are some specific grievances you have in mind.
Do they want the election overturned because their candidate lost? Cause that might cause a few million of us to have some grievances to need redressed. Do they want the will of the American People overturned because they all have funny hats?
So I guess the hotels in DC did a brisk business, although I suspect this particular lot was pretty hard to deal with, being pretty angry all the time from what I can tell. And the airlines and bus lines made few bucks. So they helped the Trump economy, thanks for that anyway.
So if anybody can tell me what exactly the beef is and what would make these people happy I would appreciate it. My two year old grandson likes to wear funny hats and gets pretty upset when he doesn't get his way. But a few bunny crackers usually solves his redress for grievances. I don't think bunny crackers will work for ladies in funny hats, but then what do I know?