Thursday, January 31, 2008

(untitled 218)

It's been a long primary season so far. Candidates have come and gone, and millions across America remain unsure who to choose. Who can unite such a fragmented country? Who can bring us back together after eight years of trust in the government - not only in the President, but in Congress as well - have slowly been whittled away?

At times like this, America needs someone to look to for guidance. They need a voice they can trust. Someone to tell them who they can believe in. Someone to tell them how they should think. And I, dear readers, am just the person to provide such an announcement.

America needs someone it can trust, after years of general mistrust in our elected officials. We need someone who we can count on to be honest with us. Perhaps more importantly, though, America needs someone who can restore our sense of involvement in government. After all, is this not a government of the people, by the people, and for the people? We need a leader who is not a leader of one party only. America needs someone to unite behind. Someone who can get us excited about an election and the prospect of the future. We need a leader who can restore hope to America. And that candidate, I believe, is none other than Barack Obama.

Obama's message has consistently been one of hope. Critics deride him as a dreamer. Many say his ideals are unrealistic in a world full of negativity and fear. But millions across America believe him. Millions are joining together in an effort to restore a sense of optimism to America, something that has been sorely lacking in this country for too long. An Obama presidency would usher in a new age in American history. Leaders across the globe have expressed excitement at working with a potential President Obama.

I could go on. But I'll leave it at this tasteful logo and my formal endorsement of Barack Obama for the next President of the United States.

Barack Obama Logo


ahem. said...

I have no idea who the republican candidate will be, but I have a feeling it won't even matter.

Thirdmango said...


Marcene said...

if only you had given your endorsement a little earlier so he wouldn't have gone with that no name Oprah

The Honor Cod said...

I'm right behind you (except that I'm probably not registered for the primaries, and if it is, it's as a Republican)--that being said, I'm spreading the word , and assuming he makes it, I'm voting for him in the generals.