In a Washington Post column about conservatives’ inauguration blues, S.E. Cupp turns to an authoritative source:
J.P. Freire, the managing editor of the American Spectator, hopes to rent a lake or beach house with some buddies. “You can’t get away from this” in town, he wrote. “It’ll be in the bars till 4 a.m. every night when you’re trying to sleep, and it’ll flood the streets with traffic when you need to get groceries.”
The fact that Inauguration Day falls on the Tuesday after MLK Day, creating a four-day weekend for Democratic celebrations, might contribute to headaches in D.C. However, I don’t think most conservatives are really so disconsolate. There was a big crowd Friday for Matt Vadum’s monthly Taco Night party at the National Press Club, most of them conservative and all of them cheerful — including the Bush administration political appointees who were just a few days from unemployment.
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