Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Barack Obama



I didn't vote for him but after seeing the scene tonight I'm so honored to be a part of this country where no matter who you are and where you come from, you can become a leader. It brings tears to my eyes and I know the best man won.

Congrats to Barack, and I hope he does a great job!

{image: cnn.com}

12 comments:

  1. As an excited democrat, I greatly appreciate your comment! I've been a reader for quite some time, and love reading "preppy blogs." I have just recently started my own! I find that a lot of them are republican, which is completely fine, but as a democrat, it is sometimes hard.

    Thank you again for being open minded about Obama! :)

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  2. I voted for Obama/Biden and am just elated. Thank you, Bryn, for your support and open-mindedness (and for voting).

    Here's to bringing the country together over the next 4 yrs.

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  3. As a democrat as well, thank you so much Bryn for your lovely post. It's great to live in a country that does give a right for OPPORTUNITY! What a great gift to give our future.

    I agree with everyone else by saying thank you for voting and your openmindedness. I think Senator McCain gave a fabulous speech last night. We all do love this country. Lets try to work together.

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  4. Thank you for voting. Thank you for this post. This is the most openminded post I've read today from someone today. It takes guts to say that as well. I voted for Obama, and I don't know that I could have done it if he didn't win. I'm impressed.

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  5. As expected I too blogged about the election today. I voted for Obama, but not a straight ticket. It is my opinion that you should vote for who is best suited for the position, regardless of political party. I admire you Bryn for saying what you have in this post. Hopefully many McCain supporters and Obama supporters can embrace each other and our new president as you have graciously done. As a reader and "blog" friend, I am very proud of you and those like you.

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  6. Although I don't 100% agree that the "best man" won, I am hopeful for our future. With this being said, there is a lot of work to be done and hopefully everyone keeps their expectations of Mr. Obama and his team in check. "Change" takes time and I just hope everyone realizes that...

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  7. Thank you for being a gracious person! So many people who are McCain supporters are acting horribly sarcastic and dramatic about Obama's election equating to 4 years of hell. I consider myself a Republican, but I believe in Barack, so I voted for him. I appreciate your mature, pro-American, selfless attitude, Bryn!

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  8. Thank you for being a gracious person! So many people who are McCain supporters are acting horribly sarcastic and dramatic about Obama's election equating to 4 years of hell. I consider myself a Republican, but I believe in Barack, so I voted for him. I appreciate your mature, pro-American, selfless attitude, Bryn!

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  9. Although I don't 100% agree that the "best man" won, I am hopeful for our future. With this being said, there is a lot of work to be done and hopefully everyone keeps their expectations of Mr. Obama and his team in check. "Change" takes time and I just hope everyone realizes that...

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  10. I've tagged you on my blog. :)

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