If you are a card dropper you are probably seeing this everywhere. Today we welcomed a new era. I’m so excited about President Obama. I mean, even if you didn’t vote for him there has to be some excitement about our First Black President. I hope that is politically correct to say it that way.
I love Obama and I didn’t even vote for him. There was one tiny reason that I didn’t vote for him and I’m not trying to stir up controversy either. Yes I am against abortions, but I could still vote for him, then I found out he supports partial birth abortions. That means if the baby is born after the abortion is performed, they kill it. I can’t sign up for that and my husband and I both felt that voting for him would mean we support this, since this is one of the first things he is going to sign.
That aside, he is such a great speaker. He does represent change. I watched his speech today and I was impressed. My children watched his speech today. My daughter said “more”. Side Note, the girl likes to watch TV and I have been limiting her TV.
I know that politically people disagree. My mom says he’s going to fail. He’ll never get re-elected. He won’t accomplish all the things he wants in the time he has. I think he will, and if he doesn’t people are still going to love him. He represents a new hope for our Country. Just that hope should bring people around. The economy is tanking and the whole CPSIA is going to make it even harder for the little man, but we can turn things around.
I also feel that Obama represents more than a political party. People are viewing him and his wife as celebrities. My husband was reading MSN and he said there’s a story today about where President Elect Obama ate today, oh and there was a story of where he went yesterday too. If there weren’t so many cynical people in the world I think we could be looking at another Kennedy dynasty. Michelle dresses so classic and her daughters are so cute. Obama looks like he adores his family. I mean, it could be for show, but the way he cuddled with his wife as he was about to be sworn in; the man looked almost nervous and giddy at the same time. How exciting for him and his family.
We will be “re-making America” and the Economy needs “bold and swift” change.
I believe in change.