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USA!! USA!!
 
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I'm watching Obama's acceptance speech on CNN. While I am not an American, and I did not and could not cast a vote, I still have been heavily invested in this election. Its historic for two reasons, one because of Obama's skin colour. I honestly don't think that became the issue that people were thinking it would. This is historic because for the first time in a long time, we have had the opportunity to choose. To choose between the grudging, awful politics of fear, or finally trust a person to believe in idealism, to believe in their optimism, their hope. For too long we have accepted the world as a dreary place and have drudged along accordingly. John Fitzgerald Kennedy is very famous for quoting George Bernard Shaw's line, Some men see things as they are and say, "Why?" I dream of things that never were and say, "Why not?" Finally, we have a leader who embodies that. Obama will change the world. And we will be around to witness that.

I love Bill Richardson. I believe he will be the best choice for Obama's Secretary of State. Richardson is an amazing statesmen. His record speaks for itself, and I believe it would send a clear message to the world about America. That they are ready to see true ability and potential, no matter who the person is.

If I can't see Palin crying, I would settle for a clip of McCain tripping up. You have no idea how excited I am abut the prospect of never seeing their horrible faces ever again. I am truly sick to the pit of my stomach with their antiquated, bigoted and condescending attitudes. Good riddance. McCain deserved to lose for his truly disgusting campaign.

Iím in yr lvjoornlz, makin da commntz

I can't wait to see what the future holds.
Adam
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