Discussion in 'Congress' started by manifold, Nov 4, 2008.
...will someday tell their grandchildren that they voted for Obama.
That probably depends on what happens in the next 4 years.
I don't know about that. But I was really glad my son was there to pull that lever with us. I hope he doesn't ever forget what that was like.
And more than that, I hope Obama will be a great president; not just a great black president.
Welcome Back Kotter!
My 13 year old daughter and I watched all the election coverage tonight, she had some worksheets on the electoral process to do, and has to write down each state's numbers from the election. We even switched to Comedy Central to watch The Daily Show, it was live, and it was GREAT!
I'm glad she is old enough to appreciate this!
I know I will never forget this day.
And I doubt any other election can ever top it.
I'm thrilled, like Echo, that my 14 year old is old enough to understand the importance of this election and that she participated in it by helping me work on Obama's campaign!
Robby--you're 17 for Christ's sake. Aren't you peaking a bit early in life ?
OK help me here----what is the importanceof this election ?
America isn't racist?
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