There is something remarkable about this man. It’s hard to define or describe but he’s got that air of greatness about him. Destined to leave an eternal imprint in our minds, our country and the world.
Someday history will tell the story about his courage, spirit and compassion and how hard he fought to steer this country out of economic ruin, and is a man of the people.
And how the republican party became obsolete and officially ended right after President Obama won his 2nd term in 2012. 🙂
Oh thank you Ozmud. and I agree with shughes above: the end of the Republican Party (at least as I have known it in my lifetime) is at hand, and this man’s election, this wonderful man, this President is the turning point!
I agree with the comments and cheer our President as well.
There are many in the the Democratic Party who disagree, however they are mostly for the people and on their side. The Republican right wing are too extreme for their own party as well. We really do need “friendly” opposition not the UN-friendly and UN-cooperative opposition with refusing to compromise.
All progress ahead is marked with opposition, but not stupid opposition from folks who are elected to serve the public and get things done.
Now if we could only get people in Congress to realize that we can’t legislate morals, or force a religious rule on anyone.
I am grateful I’ve lived long enough (and I have lived a long time) to finally have a President that I am truly proud of and grateful for; he leads us with uncommon grace, intelligence and patience. I will be voting for him in November and hope that everyone who is against ignorance and fear-mongering does the same. We need another four years of President Obama. I shudder to think of what will happen to our country otherwise.