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November 05, 2008


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The freedoms which inspired the founding of these United Srates of America seem far away.

Well, now he's been elected and they can't use the color excuse any more. I'm envisioning Jimmah Carter the second. Or maybe he won't even be that effective.

They all want change - I'm pretty sure none of them are ready for the kind of "change" headed their way. heh.

The presidency has often been a transformative experience - we can only pray most humbly that this is true in the case of the man who will take office on 1/20/09.

And in the meantime, plan for the 2010 mid-terms and plan intelligently.

I beg your pardon, but are you African American? Have you any idea the gigantic problem we have with our youth being apathetic? We have a huge drop out rate, because they believe they have no future. Granted, Obama is far from a saint, and I don't like his polices. But he's given our community something we never had before, a valid voice in government, and in our future.

John Tungston: In answer to your question about my heritage, no, but some of my most admired Americans are, from Thomas Sowell and AlfonZo Rachel to Herman Cain and Cedra Crenshaw.

As you can see, it's not the color of their skin but the content of their character that interests me.

It is, likewise, President Obama's character, as revealed by his progressive politics, his dismissal of Tea Party types like myself as irrational ignoramuses, and his willingness from the very first to play the race card that have energized me to fight to reignite the lights of the Shining City Upon a Hill.

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