Tuesday, November 04, 2008

Yes We Can. Yes He Can. Yes He Did.

Yes We Can. Yes He Can.

Yes He Did.

This is the most stirring national moment of my lifetime -- probably of many people's lifetimes.

From the Declaration of Independence to the Emancipation Proclamation to tonight. Defining moments in American history, running along a straight line of history.

What a glorious event. What a worthy man. I have never been more proud to be an American.

Hope is real.

-- D.S.


bird said...

I think that Keith Olbermann said it very well tonight--he compared tonight with the first moon landing in terms of historical significance. I feel privileged to have witnessed both, and I am so happy that our country will have such an amazing person as our next President!

Johnny b said...

Shanny, I disagree with pretty much everything you ever write about sports but with this post I agree 100%

Steve said...

I've honestly never felt like this before in my life.

Exceedingly proud. Incredibly hopeful. Truly excited about our country.

Way to go President Obama!

RevScottDeMangeMD said...

I hope he keeps his promises Dan. We've seen empty promises before and it's hurt our nation. It's all cyclical so he most likely will have only 4 years to do the job. Unfortunately, I don't think he will keep true to what he wants to "change." It's going to be a long 4 years.

Geo B said...

Change - All you will have left in your paycheck after the Obama-Pelosi-Reid socialists get a hold of it.

I wish our President good luck and much success - we'll be paying for it in the long run.

sliceshs said...

enjoy the koolaid.