Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Ticking Clock

Just in case you didn't know:

The sun rises on its own, Obama doesn't make it rise.

Obama puts his pants on one leg at a time.

100 days begins today.



Then maybe we'll have something to celebrate. I said it the day he was elected and I say it again today:

Prove me wrong Obama.

Now, can we please get back to business?


A. Kichu said...

Amen to that!

Kristen said...

Preach it sistah!

Melissa Marsh said...

Very well said.

Patti said...

here i am: reality. um, my only hope is that he keeps us safe, other than that i cannot see how his succeeding is good for anyone since he is an extreme leftie and borderline socialist.

funny: my captcha is "begat". ruh-roh, scooby...

Roo said...

I concur! Barack Obama is a man, and only that, a man. He is not God, the Messiah, Allah, or any other form of diety. Pray for him as he is only human and can use all the support we can offer. Pray for our nation as well. I do wish him well, but I agree...prove me wrong for having my doubts.

TJ Brown said...

I don't think a man alive can make our problems go away in 100 days and Obama certainly never said he could. Having a black president IS a huge deal for a county who's past is as checkered and painful as ours has been in regards to race. I don't think there's anything wrong with taking a day or two to acknowledge a historic moment before getting back to the task at hand. It's not like our country has much else to celebrate at the moment! LOL.

Annie said...

Ahh Teri...I loves ya. Every liberal, socialistic, bit o' you. Of course you are correct when you state that no man can solve our countries problems in 100 days. I regret that I inferred that. However, what I meant to say was that I expect to see "change" and I expect to find "hope".

He's an intelligent man. No argument there. He’s played the game and won the ticket to the big white house. The entire world is watching. He’s got the House, the Senate, and millions supporting him. Now let us see how he takes care of business.

It's the frenzy thats getting to me. The wild passion over, well, a man. If the race wasn't about race, then why are we all caught up in his race?

I know it's not about color to you and you know it isn't about color for me. That is one thing we can agree on. That and running, and coffee, and green machine, and crazy mothers, and wee blondie girls.

Don't we live in a great country?

All hail the Chief :)