I know that isn’t a real word but who cares? Speaking of change, I see it as it applies to diapers. It looks like the majority of Americans believe that our current version of the nanny state is just not nanny enough. Its time to embrace ‘change we can believe in’ what ever that means. Most of the candidates were full of shit before the election; a change of metaphorical diapers seems in order. A real nanny may be needed.
No sour grapes, the people have spoken. I disagree with their choice for president but I am willing to give them the benefit of the doubt.
Congratulations Mr Obama, well done. This is a historic day for America. I believe that the American public voted for the new president, not against his opponent. And I believe that the majority did so with out regard to skin color. This is an important thing to celebrate, whether you agree or not with the political leanings of either candidate.
Congratulations also go out to all the Democrats that achieved power yesterday.
I wish you well and hope for the best. America got what they wanted and the Republicans got what they deserved. I just hope that people learn from their choices.
Now on to ‘Change we can believe in”…
I eagerly await the changes to come.
Will the patriot act be repealed?
Will the department of homeland security be disbanded?
Will Fran Drescher be appointed as chief nanny adviser to the president?
Will the failed Bush economic policies be overthrown and replaced with… something else? Can anyone tell me what the failed Bush economic policies were?
Will the poor get richer and the rich get poorer?
Will we see cars that run off of moon beams and good intentions?
Will the Transportation Security Administration be out of work?
Will Bin-laden give up and ask for a book deal?
Will we set a date to withdraw from Iraq? Will we stick to it?
Will we see a tally of freedoms restored?
I plan on keeping score.
I believe in change.
I just don’t believe that change is necessarily a positive thing.
Except when it comes to diapers.