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Obama supporters-Congratulations on your victory!  It is a true “day in history“!  (May all your wealth be directly distributed to me!  LOL!)  My parents are very pleased with a Democratic win! :)

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      Anonymous wrote Nov 5, 2008
    • Well, since distributing the wealth was one of his main platforms, sounds like you’ll get your wish! LOL We are thinking about quiting our jobs so the government can take care of us.




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      Sandy Ochoa-West wrote Nov 5, 2008
    • Regardless of who we voted for or who won the election, it is our duty to hold our President up in prayer and support him. To work together to become a UNITED States of America. At one time we were viewed as the greatest country, and we can be that again but we have to strive to burn the bridge that seperates political parties by working together as a nation to protect our freedoms and make this country America the Beautiful again.




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      Mztracy wrote Nov 5, 2008
    • Well, lol, that’s not exactly how it works. And, imho, it is these ‘statements’ that bring fear and hatred to all.  

      The right man was chosen, now if we could just all ‘come together’ and stop the sarcasm etc, we may once again be a gr8 nation!




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      Sandy Ochoa-West wrote Nov 5, 2008
    • I thought that’s what I said, I am sooo confused.




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      Sandy Ochoa-West wrote Nov 5, 2008
    • This is a post by Mike Huckabee. I think he sums up what is really important. Senator Obama has a rough road ahead. He will need a nation united on creating the best United States of America. Just my opinion

      I’m very proud to have supported Senator McCain and the only regret is that more Americans didn’t share my conviction that he would have made an outstanding President. I not only recognize, but respect that we are a nation in which the people choose and tonight they have chosen Senator Obama. He was not my choice, but he will be my President and I will pray for him to lead this great nation with God’s help and grace. He will face serious challenges to lead our country and he will need all Americans to give him a chance.  

      The campaign is over and now is the time for governing and leading. The Republican Party must now reassess where it is and where it is going. Our problem is not that our views aren’t acceptable, it is that many in our party have abandoned the very principles that once drew Americans to trust us. Our party will be back with strength, but tonight we should all celebrate the historic nature of this election and put our country ahead of our party.  

      As disappointed as I am that we have lost the election, I can’t help but feel that many courageous leaders of the civil rights movement look down from heaven tonight with a smile that the day has come when a man is elected without regard to his color. I salute President-elect Obama for his discipline and tenacity that has given our country the opportunity to witness this significant event.  

      Politics is not an event but a process. We sometimes lose the events but it never gives us the right to stop being faithful to our principles that enlisted us in the process. We shall live to fight another day.  

      With deep gratitude,

      Mike Huckabee




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      Mztracy wrote Nov 5, 2008
    • not you sassy!! lol and my dd loves your avi. SpongeBob is her fav!!




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      Sandy Ochoa-West wrote Nov 5, 2008
    • What would Jesus do?
      Anyone know Senator Obama’s views on gay marriage and abortion??? He supports them both. Something Jesus would NEVER do. Love the people involved yes, condone their actions NO. These two issues go directly against what God’s word says.
      But, it is not my place to judge and regardless of how I feel I am called to support and hold up our President, and I will be doing that daily as I always have to honor and stand up for the real leader of my life, Jesus Christ.
      My apologies if I offend anyone, it is not my intention, just my opinion.




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      Denise Alleyne-Hill wrote Nov 5, 2008
    • Sorry to interject here...but reading these threads through I have to agree..jesusgirl your comments were laced with sarcasm...and yeah that is a shame...You say you‘re not being sarcastic?...maybe re-read your own blog with a more objective eye this time and you might find some sarcasm there.....I’m just saying..




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      Mztracy wrote Nov 5, 2008
    • ty mrslorid, well said!




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      Kelly Baker wrote Nov 5, 2008
    • I agree that we all must stand behind and support our president. My question is. . .why haven’t people felt that way all along, yes President Bush messed up, but from the majority of opinion here, we should’ve been supporting him all along;
      “Whether you agree with Obama or disagree with his policies, he is our duly elected president, and deserves the prayers, loyalty and protection of us all, as one.This devisivness has to stop. The only people hurt by it is ourselves and we are destroying our country. Everyone needs to stand up and be an American.
      Together we stand, divided we fall.  And that is not prefaced by who is our leader.”

      Where was this loyalty with our current president. If Obama messes up during his term are you going to be singing the same tune?
      I by no means mean to disrespect anyone on this blog, and am glad that the country is getting a fresh start, but I am worried that if things don’t go as expected, people will turn their backs on our leader like they did with Bush.




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      Mztracy wrote Nov 5, 2008
    • I think, for me, the ‘anonymous’ post is where the issue first arose.
      Why do some post anonymous anyways? hmmm
      If people really feel quitting their jobs is going get them money sarcasm then quit. You will soon find out that this is not what he stands for!
      Again, and as always, this is IMHO!!




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      Kelly Baker wrote Nov 5, 2008
    • Mrslorid, my comment was a generalization, not to anyone in particular. It seems that the whole country (both sides of the parties) abandoned our current president. I just hope that this doesn’t happen with Obama, our country needs to stand together and support our leader, ALWAYS - even if we disagree with him. It is sad that this didn’t happen with Bush. His presidency has been a difficult one, 9/11 was a blow to the whole world, I couldn’t imagine having to be president and dealing with that one.




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      Darla5 wrote Nov 5, 2008
    • Girls,

      I have really tried to stay away from the politic posts. I have seen for weeks how passionate people are about their beliefs.

      I guess for me, I was taught politics and religion are two subjects that are touchy subjects.

      I really am breaking my rule in posting but, ...Please... what is done is done. Accept the fact that the majority has ruled. John McCain even said , “The country has spoken and they have spoken clearly“. Read again what Huckabee said.

      We live in the UNITED States of America.
      We are Americans, Black Americans and White Americans and hey Italian Americans etc. etc. ALL  have fought for this country and died for this country. We all bleed red.

      I am a christian... I believe the Bible is God's word. I am not ashamed of that. My Jesus of the Bible told the people of his day to respect  the leader of his day. Making sarcastic comments is not respect in my book.  

      Obama should be respected and have all of our prayers. He is  going to be the leader of this great nation. It has been decided.




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      Sandy Ochoa-West wrote Nov 5, 2008
    • Yes I too believe our country, that was once thought of as great, needs a lot of work. But the only way to reestablish ourselves as the great nation is to become a UNITED States of America. We look for the good and praise it and take what isn’t working and change it. With God ALL things are possible, YES HE CAN!!!!!




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      Mztracy wrote Nov 5, 2008
    • ty ladies, exactly what my blog today has stated!!!!




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      Peacepatrol wrote Nov 5, 2008
    • This is a touchy subject matter
      Here we are free to express our opinion in any manner
      and humbly ask JUST be gentle to each other
      kisses and hugs, friendship forever!




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