Tuesday, January 20

Big day.













11 comments:

tantra flower said...

Ah, worth a thousand words.

I too can discard a bumper sticker (or two.)

So proud!!!

Frank said...

Huge day. Hard to believe it happens every four years.

Anonymous said...

I sure hope he can live up to all those promises he has made. he seems to be backing off a bit on some ie. (Iraq). he better make his hope for change happen fast if he doesn't want the masses calling him uncle Tom

Zen Bubba said...

w00t indeed!

I doubt you could get the smile off my face with a crowbar. (Mostly because I am probably a lot bigger than most of you.) And not because it is letting me sign in as Zen Bubba again.

Anonymous said...

I wore my Obama T-shirt yesterday. As a state employee, I am not meant to wear campaign attire. But yesterday, I wasn't campaigning. Yesterday, I was supporting our President.

How cool is THAT!

B

Anonymous said...

The best part about Obama's presidency: even if this man screws our country into utter oblivion, he'll still go down in the hearts of so many as one of the best presidents this country has ever had! Woohoo! The Messiah has come to save us all!

Doug said...

If any psych majors have somehow stumbled upon this post, that last comment is an example of what's called "projection," kids.

Reed said...

That's a really nice-looking living room.

Also, Woooooh! I didn't think I would be this happy, but I am. One of my favorite moments of news coverage was when the AP reporter said, "People are cheering as former President Bush leaves the capital via Marine One." I'm still not sure how he meant it, but I have a pretty good idea about the people cheering.

Anonymous said...

Bush had his faults...but let us not forget he kept all of us from getting our butts blown away by terrorists.. oh yeah in case you missed it obama is closing Gittmo...bring on the Jihad again

acg said...

I thought we'd established that my remaining a redhead, despite the urge to go brunette, has protected us all from terrorists. Try to keep up, Anonymous.

Anonymous said...

Do they still sell those "He's Not MY President" bumper stickers? I think its high time I jumped aboard that fad.