Well we were wrong. So very wrong. The country was ready for change; the young people did get out and vote. The people that we thought said they would vote for Barack Obama when the curtain closed and they had to pull the switch for him they did. We are looking forward to the first 100 days of the Barack Obama presidency to see if he can make the changes and bring the hope he promised. He does have the backing of the House of Representatives and the Senate for help with the agenda. He looked presidential last night giving his acceptance speech and not to take anything away from a tremendous victory, the exit polling said the country was looking for something different. This could be turning point in the United States as the Barack Obama is fitted between the baby boomers and generation x. This sweet spot was road to victory and could be the start of the end of the old white guy political network. Congratulations to Barack Obama and all his supporters as the time was right for change. They say Carpe diem which is Latin for seize the day, which is what happened on November 4, 2008.
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You know you’re all alone
Your friends they aren’t at home
Everybody’s gone to the garden
W. Axl Rose The Garden (1991)
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