Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Today we are all Obamiacs.

Let's give him a chance.

It may be that Pres. Obama can use his great popularity to accomplish things for the grassroots in business and politics a Republican could never have.

We'll see.


  1. Anonymous12:25 PM

    Not all -- yet.

    When everyone is X-iac,
    it is the worst type of tyranny.

  2. Are there moments that we are all, except perhaps the most cynical, united in hope?

    The birth of a child, a sunrise, a new administration would seem to be such moments to me.

  3. Anonymous1:15 PM


    It never occurred to me to put birth of a child, sunrise and change in administration of any sort into the same row.

    If hopes to be entertained at all,
    they should not be vested into a political institution. Whenever masses of people vested hopes for a better life into a political institution, they were exploited by that institution -- in the best case scenario.

  4. There are times for hope and times for criticism in every part of life.

    Why wouldn't the birth of a child, a sunrise, and the start of a new administration (or business, or friendship, or conversation) be a valid set, with hope as the common feature?

    Problem comes when there is ONLY hope. Hope without action is dead.


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