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I disagree with your OP, Dan.. I don't think it's some

plot to dissuade the "media" from doing what they do.

Hillary's name missing from the Honoree's is a glaring omission along with Michelle Obama's and a lot of other Women who have paved the way.

The list as someone said "was puny".. they need to go back to the drawing board.

Hillary Clinton's Name Was Omitted From the Women's March Honoree List and People Are Angry

snip//

On Thursday, January 19, the movement released a document about its guiding vision and definition of principles, which included the names of 27 women who have "paved the way" for equal rights. Clinton, who was the first-ever female presidential nominee for a major political party, was not among them — and people took notice.

snip//

A petition on Change.org was created in light of the omission. "As activists and allies, we are dismayed that March organizers excluded Hillary Rodham Clinton as an honoree who has inspired women around the world to serve and to lead," the request reads.

http://www.usmagazine.com/celebrity-news/news/hillary-clintons-name-left-off-womens-march-honoree-list-w462125

No, Hillary is not a delicate flower.. the ones who left her

are off the list are insensitive to Millions of Women.

Hillary Clinton's Name Was Omitted From the Women's March Honoree List and People Are Angry

snip//

On Thursday, January 19, the movement released a document about its guiding vision and definition of principles, which included the names of 27 women who have "paved the way" for equal rights. Clinton, who was the first-ever female presidential nominee for a major political party, was not among them — and people took notice.

snip//

A petition on Change.org was created in light of the omission. "As activists and allies, we are dismayed that March organizers excluded Hillary Rodham Clinton as an honoree who has inspired women around the world to serve and to lead," the request reads.

http://www.usmagazine.com/celebrity-news/news/hillary-clintons-name-left-off-womens-march-honoree-list-w462125

OMG!!! I love that pic.. Hillary, too. How superbly

precious!

Mahalo, BG! The looks are their faces say it all!



Good send off, President Obama..

They're always thinking!

I know Obama's going to be helping our country so much post presidency.

Thank you for this!

Wow! This is Superly Awesome!



Mahalo, Sunlei

Of course they did.. didn't think about that.. but, Black Folks

don't buy that shite on the whole. This is what I've learned over the years.

Propane Jane™
‏@docrocktex26
You can't blame GOP/Russian propaganda for the election results without acknowledging that said misinformation was tailored to White people.

'Cept Kanye and whatever

Mahalo Bettyellen

Is there a link, Chevy? If correct that is so hypocritical and

bitter.

Why wouldn't she credit Hillary's quote?.. and then why would she bad mouth Hillary for the same thing BS is doing? Attending the inauguration?

And, why isn't Michelle Obama on Linda Sarsour's list of Notable women?

Anyway she's just one of the Organizers.. I bet there are others who do appreciate Hillary's and Michelle's historical contributions to the Women's movement

There's a difference.. It wouldn't be

Obama to retire from public life for one thing.. and he has humanty.. blotus doesn't.

He gets all the dissent this country can muster.

“There’s a difference between that normal functioning of politics and certain issues or certain moments where I think our core values may be at stake,” Mr. Obama told reporters in the White House briefing room.

Mr. Obama continued: “I put in that category if I saw systematic discrimination being ratified in some fashion. I put in that category explicit or functional obstacles to people being able to vote, to exercise their franchise. I’d put in that category institutional efforts to silence dissent or the press. And for me at least, I would put in that category efforts to round up kids who have grown up here and for all practical purposes are American kids, and send them someplace else, when they love this country.”

Thanks Don~

JHFC! They must mainline foxscrews and Russia today!

Poor slobs think they know the exact opposite of reality.

Damn.. thank you for this, LonePirate.. You figure this happening but it's worse than expected.

The ones who wish he would quit tweeting.. suck it up

Toronto Star Reporter Tweets the Idiocy of Inauguration Attendees

Daniel Dale, the DC correspondent for the Toronto Star, tweeted pictures of inauguration attendees along with their comments about the new president. These people have invented a version of him which does not exist. They live in an alternate reality we do not want to ever visit. I bet you can guess their common trait, besides being unfathomably stupid. These people scare me.

https://twitter.com/ddale8

Tyrus and Ashley Cobb, of Indiana, like that Trump is a man of faith who will bring Godliness back. They wish he'd stop tweeting.
https://twitter.com/ddale8/status/822134046780223488

Dennis Poer, painter in Illinois, says tomorrow is the "greatest event in American history." He loves Trump's honesty.
https://twitter.com/ddale8/status/822142430199816193

Rhonda Pearce, homemaker in North Carolina, most admires that Trump is always willing to admit he was wrong after he misspeaks.
https://twitter.com/ddale8/status/822145066563158016

Michelle Arnett, of Tennessee, thinks Trump will bring back jobs. She was laid off in a clothing-plant closure she attributes to NAFTA.
https://twitter.com/ddale8/status/822146499610116097

Rick Gardner, a Christian minister in Arizona, says he most likes Trump's honesty - "truly a man of his word" - and his selflessness.
https://twitter.com/ddale8/status/822148842355380224

Sandra Esmeier, Arizona homemaker, says she likes that "his ego is so large that he wants to be the best, so he'll work toward being best."
https://twitter.com/ddale8/status/822150795131023360

Steve Terrill, who employs 150 people in Vermont: "He's a man who gets things done. He doesn't talk. He acts."
https://twitter.com/ddale8/status/822155551694094336

David Drexler, LA lawyer, says he'd never seen a politician who so "precisely" understands the issues of jobs and immigration.
https://twitter.com/ddale8/status/822159315465338881

KC Hailstone, Idaho truck driver, says he most likes that Trump isn't "wishy-washy" on issues.
https://twitter.com/ddale8/status/822162941248204805

Patty Richardson, owner of a firearm business in North Carolina, says Trump is "just so real."
https://twitter.com/ddale8/status/822174730203566080

Rick Philemon, Charlotte: "He stands for change. Do I think he's a role model? Man, absolutely not. But with Hildebeest, we had no hope."
https://twitter.com/ddale8/status/822179614755844097

Laura Ptaszek, hospital worker, most likes that Trump is "a man of his word." Son Allan, autoworker, says it's his "sincerity and honesty."
https://twitter.com/ddale8/status/822186440356401153

This is a PSA from Daniel Dale, Toronto Star.. I have to put this in my journal!

Now it's hitting me.. now

I'm starting to cry.

Thank you for these pics, bigtree!



I have things exploding in my personal life that I didn't think of BLOTUS once today.. but, he was always there anyway. One day's reprieve.

Mahalo, Obama!

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