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    Wednesday, January 21, 2009

    We Made THE Difference!

    It's Obama, and Talitha helped!

    Volunteering for the Obama campaign has taught her and her sister that no matter how young you are, even if you are too young to legally have employment, you CAN make a difference in the history of the world.

    For the first time in history, we have an African American president.

    For the first time in my life, The person I voted for made office.

    For the first time in a long time, the activists, those with spirit and passion, made a change in the fabric of reality, in the path and future of the world at large, and the path our own, individual futures will take.

    Today is a day of hope, trepidation, and jubilation.

    Many are crying tears of joy, while others may cry out in rage and frustration, but today is a day of history. We are a nation of many individuals, with numerous ideals, goals, and beliefs, and today, we begin the process of coming together.

    Let us all step forward from this moment, this day, nay, this year, in solidarity, to recall, support, and bring forth not only the power of this great nation, but the cooperation, love, and dedication that built our great nation.

    With the most powerful sense of expectation, optimism, and anticipation, I pray we all will display the courage, faith, and determination to assure that our aspirations are met, by the strength of our spirits, and the sweat of our brows.

    We the people made a real difference, let's not rest at this time, but continue forward on the path that we have set before ourselves.










    Oh yeah, this guy is finally gone too.

    It's time for a celebration!

    1 comment:

    James said...

    Good post!

    I know that you usually vote third party, but I'm glad you made an exception this time. Of all the persons seeking the highest office in the land, this was one case where someone of decency, integrity, with an ideology both progressive and pragmatic, was our choice. It's truly a once in a lifetime chance. The fact that it came after the nightmare of the past 8 years is... A poetic justice suggestive of divine intervention. :D