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January 09, 2008


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Mrs. G.

I feel hopeful too. My heart belongs to Edwards, but I will truly celebrate whether he, Obama or Clinton win. Smart women vote.

Mary Alice

I remember watching Obama's speech at the Democratic Convention a few years back. I was so impressed. I walked into the other room and called to Military Man..."you have to come watch this guy - he's going to be our first African American President" I just knew it right then and there. Whether he makes it this race or in the future, I don't know, but I feel sure he will at some point. Obama has such grace in his articulation and he makes you feel all things are possible. I think America needs that - to believe we can all make a difference again. If we can believe again, we can achieve great things.


I'm a big fan of the Edwards, but I, too, would be happy with Obama or Clinton. I truly love the enthusiasm that Obama's candidacy is producing among voters, especially young voters. Go Democrats!


I think there are some good candidates on both sides of the aisle this year. Or does GW just make any other choice look good? Every speech by Obama is riveting, and I liked when in the recent televised debates from NH when Hillary was giving him a hard time about lots of words and little experience/action to back it up, he responded, "There's nothing wrong with words, they INSPIRE action". What a great response.


Yea for you for putting yourself out there and blogging about politics! I think it is great when we can discuss our thoughts without inflamatory rhetoric. I'll listen to anyone's well-thought-out ideas as long as they are not filled with hate and knee-jerk reactions. That being said, I'm right there with you on Obama!

Prof. J.

I think we'll be okay as long as a democrat wins--they're all good people and smart. I do think Obama is inspiring, but to be honest, he's my third choice. Thankfully, it is a rich year for us politically.


Like others, I will be tickled down to the tip of my toes regardless of which of the top three become our next President. Blogging about politics can be a bit tricky at time, but I also think it's important for people to know who we are as well.

Melanie at Beanpaste

I, too, am a Mama For Obama.

Rock the vote, baby.

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