Skip to comments.DC lowers turnout projections for inauguration (Obama FAIL)
Posted on 01/21/2013 7:38:04 AM PST by jimbo123
WASHINGTON District of Columbia officials have lowered their turnout estimate for Monday's presidential inauguration.
The district's homeland security director, Chris Geldart, said Sunday that officials now expect between 500,000 and 700,000 people to attend.
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Yup. Wait for the overhead shots comparing the last satanical event and this one compared to the Glenn Beck rally. Not to mention the shots of the litter left behind. Maybe the msm won’t do any wide live shots. Just close in shots of several hundred declaring it trillions.
That would be my sister, her husband, and their son, plus 2 others. HA
I was hoping for about 38 degrees, windy, driving rain.
Now that is funny..
On Friday night, my wife and I were watching the ABC Chicago affiliate for late night news and they had a video report of all these people getting on trains and busses to DC. I turned to my wife and said, “Other than the reporter, there doesn’t seem to be any honkies headed to DC.”
Probably - and I’m sure most of them didn’t pay for their own tickets, either. But Obama probably wouldn’t have had anybody at his coronation this time around, even blacks, if he hadn’t gotten them free rides.
Canceling events, slashing ticket prices by 50% at the last minute...these aren’t good signs for The Won. But it’s sure encouraging news for the rest of us!
5005 to 700k ? whoa...just about the size of the million man march
Funny except for the trauma of being related to libs who campaign for 0bama, are seemingly otherwise pretty smart, normlish people in some ways.
I wouldn’t walk across the street to see this punk cept to maybe carry a protest sign.
One that is simply (FUBO)
A lot less people have jobs. Therefore a lot less people can afford to go. If the dems had thought this through they would have had buses coming in from Cities such as Chiciago, Detroit and Memphis. GET ON DA’ BUS!
... and all across the Nation there is a lot of radio silence.
Can’t wait to read the news of the actual crowd attendance based on overhead photos.
I’d rather have attended MP3 Experiment 8!