posted on Jan, 20 2009 @ 03:28 PM
I just cannot stop crying my eyes out. I think of all of the history behind the United States and Black Slavery. Can you imagine if you were to tell
the people who suffered so greatly in our country just a couple of centuries ago that one day, one great day, a Black Man would become the President?
I have had a past life regression where I recalled having three of my children taken away by slave traders. Not to derail the thread, but this feels
Today is the most surreal political experience I have ever had. I only wish my Mom was alive to see this day, she was the most un prejudice person I
know, the most compassionate and deserving of this moment in History.
She saw Obama years ago when he made that famous speech, and she knew he would someday be the President, she was so right.
I just had to share this. I was on pins and needles as Barrack and Michelle walked hand in hand through the crowd of millions. I am so proud of all of
us. It is uncertain where this will lead, and he has a long way to go and a rough road ahead, but if he stands tall and does not let the money get in
his way, the politicians and vested interests, if remains humble to the people who voted him into office, overwhelmingly voted for him, and for what
he stands for, then we will most certainly see the first steps in a positive change which we the people so greatly deserve.