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58502Re: The last hurrah

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  • Mary
    Nov 7, 2012
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      I'm proud, relieved, and have abundant confidence in the next generation to self-govern.
      If there's one existential word that describes the outcome, it is 'authenticity.' It cost one candidate but awarded the other. The great thing about the work of compromise for the days ahead is that it doesn't distinguish difference but extols it. Come to the table, bring what you have, be who you are, and let's get to work!


      --- In existlist@yahoogroups.com, "William" <vize9938@...> wrote:
      > It seems such a short time ago that I heard of a senator named Obama. A few months later he was at my door asking for my vote against Hillary Clinton. I liked and trusted Hillary but went for Obama. The rest is all history and six blocks from here, last night Obama had his last rally. It seems impossible that his campaign life is over. It seems it just began and I must say I feel older.
      > I have voted and know that will be the last vote I will cast for this president. It felt good but with a sense of nostalgia. No president in my lifetime has been so favorable to me. I think he has done a great job under harsh circumstances and made the big decisions with wisdom and candor. I am waiting for the first returns and hope this country can count on Obama leadership for another term. The greater portion of the modern world agrees that Obama is the best man for the entire world. If he wins I will continue to support him but I feel somewhat in shock that the last rally and final vote are history. Either way I wish this great american the best. For me he is a hero and I salute him. Bill
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