Now what…

November 10, 2008

Here is a laundry list for the Obama administration to get started on. I am very impressed with the team so far. It doesn’t appear as if they have celebrated their victory for a second. Hard working as promised. It bodes well for our country, our world.


Keith Olbermann couldn’t have put a bigger smile on my face on last night. In case you missed it: check it out

everyone poops

November 5, 2008

With exception of George Bush and Dick Cheney, everyone poops.

Politics is one thing but we are all people after all. John McCain is an incredible man. Sarah Palin is fine too, extremely unqualified but still she isn’t pure evil.

Obama exudes this ideal I think more than anything else. Barack Obama unites people. He understands that nothing can ethically be done without uniting folks, being transparent, up front and honest.

If you noticed the jubilation around the world last night you can understand that we are back on the map. This country is doing the right thing after nearly a decade of criminals destroying everything folks around the world look to this country for.

I could not be more proud of the United States of America. I could not be more proud to say I am from the USA.

With 56 ensured seats in the Senate and still a possibility (though probably not) of 60 it will allow Barack Obama to follow through on many of his bold promises. Yes, it will take some time to see it all come to fruition but in the next two years the ground work will be laid as we undo the what has been done in the last eight. This will allow the next two to really get started on the tasks of making real change.

We saw what a democracy looks like last night. It is fantastic to see what happens when there is no intimidation and discrimination at the polls. Democrats win, they win big.

I’ve never enjoyed a hangover like this before. 

Remember, this is only the beginning. The election is only the first step. We have some work to do.

Yes we can, yes we will, yes we did, knew we could.