Description: NEWSFEED, JAN. 2001, GEORGE W.BUSH INAUGURAL PARADE, CLINTONS LEAVING WHITE HOUSE, ANTI-BUSH PROTESTERS; Grainy college marching bands in parade, military people marching, bald eagle float, George W. Bush waving, Cheney following; Must be the inaugural parade, cold rainy day (that just shows you what God thinks about this guy becoming prez); Giant U.S. flag in parade (in the rain - flag desecration!), George Dubya making Satanic gesture, 'hook 'em, horns!'; Powell talking to Bush, Superflag, Laura Bush waving; Demonstraters marching - Voter's Bill Of Rights, anti-Bush signs; George W. Bush sitting at desk wearing that perpetual frown, signing papers, Trent Lott, Wendell Ford; The Gruesome Foursome - Laura & George W.Bush, Bill & Hillary Clinton leaving the Capitol, Clintons say bye & get into limo; Bill Clinton, waving at crowd, listening to military band, men firing canons in salut, Clinton speaks to crowd, getting in plane; Inaugural parade - CU feet of military band marking time, CU drums, guards with rifles marching, elaborate float; Wow! Big demonstration- protesters snapping photos & video taping police in riot gear, police arresting protester; Anti-Bush demonstration, 'Hail To The Thief', Nader For President sign; That's my Bush! George W. Bush impersonator...but cheerful & articulate ;W.Bush & Laura dancing at inaugural ball. Then Cheney & his wife...whatsername; Howard Mechanic pardon, girlfriend holding Free Howard Mechanic- Free At Last, VAR related stuff. Bad feed NYSE; NX firefighters, house on fire, V/O: 'It all started with a man barbecuing a pork loin.' Fox news is ridiculous; Bad feed, NX man loaded into ambulance, firefighters, fire damaged house; Bad feed, Lionel Tate trial; Clinton's parting comments sound kind of suggestive: 'You gave me the ride of my life, and I tried to give as good as I got.'
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