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Wednesday, November 05, 2008

United We Stand

Finally! This election ended and we got the results. I can’t tell you how glad I am that campaigns are over. I am going to congratulate Mr. Obama for making history last night. Even though I do not agree with any of his policies, he is going to be the President of United States, therefore he has my respect. I am not going to act like a leftist whack-job and weaken the president by blaming everything on the president. I believe the best expression that is in my mind is: UNITED WE STAND. At the same time, I must say that Senator John McCain is one of the most honorable man I have ever seen. The concession speech he gave last night was the best concession speech and I must say it is a shame he is not going to be our president. He was very sincere in his speech and he only asked for unity. To me that is very honorable. I have included the video of the speech in this blog. Best of luck to our new president Senator Barak Obama and G-d’s speed.

4 comments:

CSO 201 said...

To be honest w/ you, his speech killed me. It showed all of america a glimpse of that maverick that had been suffocated by the last 4 years. It showed me a glimpse of the man john mccain could have been and, more importantly, use to be. It showed what a twisted, devise and terrible process it is to run for president, and that just killed me.

Ben Kahen said...

I honestly thought this was the best speech I have ever heard. I have heard a lot of speeches and this one truely moved me. Look at his face when he is asking his supporters to stop booing obama, he is truely sincere and you could see the frustration. Unfortunately, he needed to cater to a Right and he lost his identity during the campaign. He would have been a perfect president, but unfortunatley the political arena doesn't welcome men like this one.

Anonymous said...

Its Godspeed. One word. Its not "God's speed". You are completely illiterate!

Tony said...

Losers always have good speeches. Sadly, few people remember. A good example was Al Gore in 2000.