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Nov 6, 2008

Embracing CHANGE

America has chosen. History was made. Whether this was your personal choice, or not, we should now all come together as fellow Americans and embrace our new leadership, embracing change. History was made Tuesday and now we must jointly step up to the plate and take advantage of this moment in history to push forward to a better day economically, a better day environmentally, and a better day ethically.

Stay in tune with your next President.

Listen to what he wants to do for the country.

Grasp a glimpse of our next First Lady, Michelle.

Stay informed. Remember this is not a time to gloat, nor is it a time to mope, but it’s a time to support the position of highest respect and authority for the best country on the planet. Our time of division between choices is behind us.    For those who live here…. this can be the beginning of something great… if we let it.

Find yourself…keeping it real.

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3 comments:

Gary "Big Hokie" Cope said...

Very well said! I'm actually working on a Presidential Election recap and my thoughts on the state of our country going forward. But, I think you pretty much summed it up here. Personally, I'm excited about what this change means for this country. For starters, it shows that as a whole, we have moved passed racial boundaries and chose to elect someone whom we felt was best for the country.

pisceshanna said...

Seriously, I would hope, if this election taught us anything that we are bigger than gloating, moping and all other petty elements of life. Its time to gather our strength and face the future together.

Anonymous said...

Not if you don't agree with anything this man stands for or any of his personal beliefs. Him being black has nothing to do with his abilities to run this country. He has a lot to prove and I, personally, am doubtful he will do anything to 'help' this country. I'd be curious to see why you voted for Obama? No one can answer that question. Change is not an answer, it is a motivational speech. There is no substance behind this man. You will see.

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