Wednesday, November 5, 2008

In Which I Reflect



While he may not be the person that I voted for yesterday, I still feel that he is capable of making some of the changes that this country needs. Like I mentioned in a previous post, it's not about winning or losing an election. It's about selecting the best person possible to run this country for the next four years. If the greater majority of the people in this country feel Barack Obama is the one they want, then I sincerely hope they are right.

Congratulations, Mr Obama.

We've done our part. It's time for you to do yours.

12 Comments:

x said...

Amen, brother.

P.S. Love the new look.

Russ said...

Well said.

enthalpymama said...

Thanks for voting. The good news is that SO many people have a vested interest in his success, there is a very good chance that some positive things will happen. At least that is my theory and I'm sticking with it. =)

Cape Cod Gal said...

Honey, I'm worried about you. I'm worried that you might start communicating using only that magnetic poetry.

HA HA! The word verification is "Dirrty". Christina A. eat your heart out! I'm the dirty girl!

Badass Geek said...

SWAX: Amen, indeed. And thanks!

Russ: Thanks, man.

Enthalpy Mama: I'm with you on that. I think we are very much on the same page.

Cape Cod Gal: It's not as much of an addiction as my Internet fixation is, but I do enjoy the MagPo... Perhaps a little too much.

Moonspun said...

You and that Magnetic Poetry! Do you and the Boss communicate that way?
Very well said, considering who you voted for. That's called gracious losing, just like McCain's speech last night. We are still one country with a whole host of problems no matter who leads us.

scatterbrain said...

All any of us want is a presidential leader who will do their job properly - you know, represent their people, not be corrupt. Put their country before their own greed, ego and lust for power.

Here's hoping.

Heather said...

By popular vote, it looked very close to me. Obama's supporters are more excited and enthusiastic, but I see the country as being just as split as ever. I hope there are good things in the future, we need them.

Badass Geek said...

Moonspun: I wish we could, but its just not as convenient. Not every word is included in there.

Scatterbrain: I'm hoping, too.

Heather: It was awfully close, vote-to-vote.

Lola said...

I'm just happy so many people got excited and got involved. Let's hope it stays that way. That's the only way anyone who gets into that job can get anything done.

If the people actually speak up, they will listen. I think the Republicans got an earful, and I hope they learn from it. We need them all to work together to fix this giant mess we're in.

Badass Geek said...

Lola: It really does need to be a unified effort, not just one party or the other. We're one country, can't we work together for one goal, not different party agendas?

Lori said...

Amen on that.

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