19 March 2008

I listened to Senator Obama's speech yesterday. I thought it was a brilliant speech.
But then again, I don't live in the US and I don't have to vote and so I can just like the speech for what it was.

7 comments:

Shari said...

That's like saying I like taking chapter tests in a textbook becasue the answers are in the back of the book. If you are wrong, you aren't graded for it, even though you are still learning and seeing what's wrong.

I know that I don't want Hillary as president. Obama? I don't know. To me, they all promise things and may have good intentions, but the representives (senators and congress) have a lot of voting power over what a president wants.

I am not too happy with any of the candidates. Oh, well. Gotta vote for the lesser evil, I guess.

Geets said...

You must read his book "The Audacity of Hope". There is an excerpt from it in my book blog

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Mary Ann (Moanna) said...

I listened to Obama's speech, too, and really liked it for his straight talk about a tough issue. I think he's inspiring.

ONEDIA said...

I was so engrossed in the speech that I delayed leaving for my parents house until he finished. I loved it, but I am a huge fan and ardent supporter.

hillgrandmom said...

I thought he was totally brilliant. Whatever happens to his election, this speech will go down in history as a truly great speech in my mind.

La delirante said...

Hi!! I don't know much about the American election campaign I'm afraid :( Do you have the link of the speech? Perhaps on You tube?

Have a lovely week,