posted on Apr, 26 2011 @ 08:53 PM
Finally, the white Obama is upon us! Sarcasm aside, some of these posts directly mirror what I've read and heard when Obama was campaigning for the
office of president of the United States. Hope and change. I doubt it. It's more like hope for change. But It'll most likely be more of the same.
If you truly want to change America, then take issue and step up to make a difference. Voting some guy into office who's ideals that you believe in
isn't going to be the sole progenitor of any change. Sure, it's a start, and Ron Paul might even be a good start. But things could very easily turn
south or remain the same, as was the case with most presidents who were elected into office.
Obama should have been the clear message that a person should not worship a false idol, no matter how golden or gleaming that idol appears to be. Take
the initiative to do something yourself rather than placing all hope into a single person.
Buddha, Confucius, Gandhi, Jesus, JFK, MLK, and many more just like them didn't just follow the path and ideals of a single person, all of the
figures listed above took it upon themselves to make a difference by uniting people together. In other words, they didn't just rely on someone else
to suffer and brave the adversity for them, they suffered and braved the adversity themselves. And most of them died for their peaceful cause. I
really wonder just how many people out of the billions on this planet could be like that. To actually champion a peaceful cause and then die for that