3 thoughts on “America, Welcome the new First Family

  1. chaze77 says:


    I’ve already found myself in tears this morning over the significatnce of today.

    At this rate, it’s going to be a LOOONG day. I can’t go around crying every five minutes, as it hits me- again- what an important day this is.

    I am an emotional wreck.

    In a good way- truly, truly- these are tears of joy.

    Oh crap.

    There I go again.

  2. Abbey says:

    Hugs to Chaze

    Today will be a wonderfully emotional day for millions across the nation. Let them tears of happiness flow 🙂
    I feel blessed to be alive for this historical event. Not just able to read about something of this magnitude many years after it happend, but to be here and whole and alive and happy to fully appreciate a piece of American History.

    Peace and Love to all

  3. Wilson says:

    It is days after our country, black, white, yellow and brown, elects the 44th President of the United States we should consider the price and penalty that our dear brother will endure. Mr. President’s hue does not resemble any predecessors before him. Yet his stance, character and integrity will surpass this moment in time. It will resonate throughout history with the winds echoing “Yes We Can!” I stooped down to pick up broken pieces of the glass ceiling as a souvenir and bittersweet reminder of what my father endured as a colored, negro, black, and finally African American, which by the way he never claimed!

    I call on every American who cast their vote for President Obama (doesn’t that sound sweet!) to wait patiently on the rise and fall and rise again of the American economy. It will take time to recover from mismanagement; Rome was not built in one day! Remember your commitment during the campaign and stand strong when the adversary chooses to attack our President. He will need our loyalty more than ever before. Let the freedom bells ring and join the masses in the cadences of “Yes We Can!” For we all know, if fault can be delivered it will be given with the sting of a viper. So stand up, be who you are, but most of all be proud and faithful.

    Who would have thought that the Voting Acts Right of 1965 plus the 44th President of the United States of America would equal 2009? Now that we have arrived, stay focused and committed until we have all overcome!

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