Wednesday, November 5, 2008


Holy moley. We did it. WE DID IT!!! I was so nervous and we were on the phone with everyone and everyone was nervous but then it just faded away and then I was excited. When they called it at 10, the tears came and stayed on and off until we fell asleep. His speech was so moving and to see the massive crowds cheering and crying and coming together to celebrate this moment was indescribable. I was once again proud to be an American. It's a good day, people.

Oh yeah, to the asswipe who left an "anonymously" racial comment on here yesterday, you are a douchebag. I have no problem with people that don't agree with me but if you're going to come and spout off, grow a pair and identify yourself. This is not a hateful blog and I am disgusted by your comment. I have a "no asshole comment" policy here and you are in violation. Spread your hate somewhere else and I bid you good day.


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LM said...

FREE AT LAST! I have to say that for the first time in my ENTIRE life I feel hopeful for this country. Sad, but true. I didn't even realize I had never, ever felt that way either, until the feeling came upon me. It was good. I'd much prefer to feel that way all the time. Also sad but true is the fact that most of the rural MO counties voted FOR all the democratic, White candidates for all the big races, yet did NOT vote for Obama for President. Coincidence? I think not. Hello, uptight Christian racists. I'm embarassed for this state and I'm embarassed to be grouped amongst such people. It makes my stomach churn. If MO doesn't turn blue I'm gonna be pissed. Rest assured if we stay red I will be pointing fingers at a few pp I know who didn't vote. How many times do we need proof that a single vote DOES COUNT? Last I heard, it was looking like a difference of a couple of thousand votes between the two, at best.