Happy New Year arrives on January 20. Ignore the fireworks of January 1. Ignore it. Trump will soon herald the real Happy New Year.
Because this is winning ladies and gentlemen! This is winning!!! A president who works!!! A president who works for the people!!! A president who works hard and ceaselessly!! Happy New Year? Bah! Humbug. Recall how many times we mocked Barack Obama the many many times he said “I won’t rest until….” I won’t sleep until…” Then Barack would go on vacation to sleep and rest up from the many hours of doing nothing but undermine America and the freedom loving West.
Ladies and gentlemen, winning is a president who knows what he is doing, and works, works, works, to bring back jobs, jobs, jobs.
Ladies and gentlemen behold, a president who works:
Usually a president will come in and they’ll have 10 official balls in addition to the unofficial balls that happen. President Obama had 10 in 2009, President Bush in 2001 and 2005 I believe had nine balls each in addition to the unofficial balls that took place. This president is going to attend three balls. We only have three official balls. We have two that are like the official balls, and then we have a third—it’s a tradition President Bush started in 2005 with the Commander-in-Chief ball, President Obama continued it and President Trump is also continuing it but expanding it. This ball, the general public can’t get a ticket. Historically, it’s only been active duty members of the military—specifically enlisted members. This year, we’ve expanded it to include military families, wounded warriors, veterans, and first responders as well. So you’ll have police, firemen, who will all be there. It’ll be a thank you for them for their service to our country. [snip]
You’re going to have a parade that is going to be shortened. I think Eisenhower’s parade was something like six hours long. You’ve had previous parades that are three or four hours long. This is going to be a shorter parade, an hour to hour and a half or so so he can go to work. That’s what the American people elected him to do: To go on with the traditions, he’s going to have a church service, but he’s not going to sit there for hours and then have this parade—and of course for the people who come to Washington to watch the parade, he’s going to have a shortened parade and he’s going to go into the White House and get some work done before he goes to the balls.
This president-elect is somebody who’s ready to get to work. So if you look at the Carrier deal, look at Sprint today, look at the Boeing and Lockheed Martin stuff. He’s already—and this is impressive with our leadership, at least in modern times, in that there’s a transition and president-elect who is already getting to work before he even takes office. You’re going to see that reflected in the inauguration itself.
President-Elect Donald J. Trump will take the oath of office. President Donald J. Trump will attend church (unlike Obama who couldn’t find a Bible in the White House to take the oath of office again after he boobed up the public inaugural, Donald J. Trump will have a real Bible at hand). President Donald J. Trump will then watch a short parade. Then, shock of shocks, President Donald J. Trump will work, work, work, before he goes to he inaugural balls. Don’t be shocked if after the inaugural balls President Donald J. Trump gets some more work, work, work, done – and maybe a few Tweets in too.
Last year, on January 1 we wrote:
Our New Year’s resolutions are (1) to continue to live and learn, and; (2) survive Obama and his last rancid excretions – before a person who will undoubtedly be better takes the oath of office in 2017.
We have no doubt that 2016 will be a horrid year. We do not doubt that Barack Obama, like a wounded animal thrashing about, will continue his attempts to rip the Constitution and the fabric and future of the country. We also do not doubt that the next president, to be elected in 2016, will not merely “occupy” 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue but inhabit the White House with a commitment and love for America’s highest ideals and love for the nation and all its people. But first we will have to survive Obama’s last mile. We will survive, then thrive.
Twenty more days to go. Then, and only then will we say “Happy New Year”. Until then it is a horrid time with the wounded animal thrashing about, ripping the Constitution, occupying the White House but not inhabiting it’s greatness. On January 20 it all changes.
On January 20 it is time to celebrate a Happy New Year, a Happy New Epoch, a Happy Days Are Here Again because with President Donald J. Trump and the American people we will all Make America Great Again.
To one and all: Happy New Year… NOT… YET.