I'm glad it's over.
I'm lad the inauguration is finally done, that Obama is officially in office, and the administration of George W. Bush and Dick Cheney (whom many today said looked not unlike Mr. Potter from "It's A Wonderful Life" in his wheelchair) is now history. In fact, watching both leave DC--Bush in a helicopter, and Cheney in a jet-black limo--nearly brought tears of joy.
Now Bush can get down to his next big task of filling his presidential library with thousands and thousands of volumes of Highlights Magazine, and put Condi Rice in charge of "Puffy Dragon Story Time" each Tuesday at 1PM. As for Cheney's future plans, I have no doubt they will involve many quaint afternoons catching up with his grandchildren, and poisoning stray puppies.
At any rate, as Cicero or Virginia Woolf once said: our long national nightmare is over.
Let's all move ahead to something better, and again look to Washington with the knowledge that we have a POTUS who does not regard the constitution as something to be tolerated, and us as ignorant dopes best left in the dark.
PS: President Obama - if you need someone to come over, and help tear out and burn that sunny abortion of an Oval Office rug your predecessor left behind, let me know. I'd be happy to serve the nation.