President Barack Obama

Posted in Blogroll on November 5th, 2008 by Michael Tillery

I guess the answer to the question I posed yesterday is a resounding Yes! Blacks, Whites, Latinos, Native American and Asian voters young and old make a historic statement and vote Barack Obama the 44th President of the United States. He becomes the first Black man to become President. He can take his daughters to school this morning, but also has to bury his Grandmother in Hawaii shortly.

Back in 2004 when Barack Obama spoke during the Democratic National Convention, we saw a future star. Now, in 2008, we have a President Elect.

President Obama (crazy ain’t it) has a difficult road to travel. His every move will be scrutinized as if he’s a Black quarterback attempting to lead a struggling franchise back to respectability.

He’s the first of his kind. This moment has nothing to compare itself to.

Last night during Barack Obama’s acceptance speech in Chicago’s Grant Park, a nation was captivated. Christmas eyes around the world were prominent in their shocked reticence. Crowds cheered like it was New Year’s Eve and Super Bowl bombastic. One of the most unique moments in Terra’s history.

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