Tuesday, November 04, 2008

Admit It: You Were Moved

Regardless of how you voted, (or if you're a foreigner watching from afar) tonight is special.

God Bless America. And I don't use that term loosely.

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  • Moved? You're kidding right?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at November 5, 2008 at 10:12 AM  

  • I guess to you I am kidding.

    By Blogger Jetpacks, at November 5, 2008 at 11:59 AM  

  • Sat in a packed bar up here in Montreal watching the election coverage. Our own election a month ago didn't get a mere fraction of the coverage this one did. The outcome affects the whole world. Everyone was moved indeed.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at November 5, 2008 at 2:21 PM  

  • Watched it live on CNN down under.

    When they called the win I was moved.

    When I saw Jesse Jackson I was moved.

    When I watched John McCain's speech from Phoenix I was moved.

    Truly history being made before our eyes.

    By Blogger Stan Lee, at November 5, 2008 at 11:27 PM  

  • I'm moved.
    Even if you didn't vote for Obama you have to admit that history was made Nov. 4th 2008 and that it's something people will still be telling their grandkids about in 50 years.
    I know I will be.

    By Anonymous Rae, at November 6, 2008 at 10:19 AM  

  • Except your grandkids will be all, "What's the big deal about a black president? Man, you guys lived in a weird and f-ed up time."

    By Blogger Jetpacks, at November 6, 2008 at 11:32 AM  

  • Hello from Spain, Madrid

    Dear Americans, here in Europe we are seeing the Obama election in a different manner from you, honestly we consider not many changes will take place as Obama will keep the same policy about Irak as G.Bush(leaving the country in two or three years) and increasing the number of troops in Afganistan, on the other hand your NHS shall be probably the same and controlled by the private companies, and probably the military endustry will be the main industry in the US, so things will be very similar to the past in my humble opinion

    I think you are excited by the Obama election, and it's normal if we consider the change that suppose the election of a black man, but most people in Europe consider your country divided between two kinds of politicians, namely: the extrem conservatives and the conservatives, and Obama is a regular conservative man.

    To tell you the truth Europe os getting very similar to the US in many senses day by day, but at least more social rules are applied by most of the european governmentes and we do not have to worry about how to pay the phisician or the universities for our children, if Obama deals to change these issues within some years, we'll talk, otherwise you won't walk the walk

    Good luck for all the americans, you need it, and we too, as the rest of the world mainly depends on your politicians decisions.

    Excuse my english, I know it is not perfect.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at November 10, 2008 at 9:18 AM  

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