Tuesday, November 4, 2008

A not so silent Revolution - Yes We Can

Diversity at it's finest

Just minutes after I posted my last one. I am back.

From the very depths of society to the highest office in the land.

380+ years in the making and finally in the year 2008 on the 4th day of the month of November, This great country of America voted in the 44th president, the 1st of African American descent.

It was an incredible campaign that also saw a women get further than any other women has reached in a Presidential race.

It was the most competitive and most heated contest in my short political memory. Yet, after all ballots were cast and the people of America spoke, the true voice of the people was heard; a voice screaming for a change on many levels.

It's pretty hard to put feelings into words but alot of respect for John McCain and his campaign for an incredible race. Conceding gracefully with a well spoken exit speech reinforcing his alliegence to the country and his unwavering support for the now President-Elect Barack Obama.

And now Barack Obama ends his journey to the world's most notable and most scrutinized office exactly the way he started it back in 2004 during the Democratic National Convention for John Kerry - with an incredible speech.

Let's move forward together, unified, into the uncertain future and tackle the problems that we are all having to deal with in recent years.

Congratulations America.

You did good.

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