Today’s Observations – January 20, 2008

One year from today, Senator Barack Obama will be sworn in as the 44th President of the United States. It will go down as a proud day in history. World leaders will be excited by the “change” in leadership and confidence in the United States will be restored.

We will no longer be just the “red states” and the “blue states,” but the United States of America. It will be remembered as an exciting time as we witness the return of the mythical figure, Camelot, for that “one brief shining moment.”

The first time I met Senator Obama and spoke to him I knew he would someday become President of the United States. The moment I looked into his eyes, I knew. That was back in March of 2000.

The economy will boom once again, the dollar will strengthen again, the real estate market will get back on track and energy prices will return to normal. President Obama will take us down that “road less traveled.” The times they are a “changing.” John Presta.

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One Response to “Today’s Observations – January 20, 2008”

  1. Fargo Says:

    I would like to see us become a purple country – reunited by Obama.


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