Promises Kept, History Made

January 20, 2009
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Today is but merely the tomorrow of yesterday. So, with that in mind, I re-post “tomorrow’s” post from yesterday regarding today. Nothing I could write would come even close to what you’ll experience by just watching and listening. Whether you’re an MSNBC lemming or a Hannity Insider, set your politics aside and for just one day appreciate what is.

From yesterday:

Tomorrow, the eyes of the world will once again look upon in wonder as this place we call home, this place called America fulfills yet another dream and Barack Obama assumes his place in history as the 44th President of these, The United States of America. For tomorrow, this “great experiment” we call democracy, will certify a result that to many was a dream deemed impossible.

Much ado has been made about Obama being the first “black” President. While true, his skin tone is a product of an African father, his success is a product of a mother, grandmother and many others along his journey. He is not just another “black” politician. His story is purely “American”. His inauguration the product of a people who, throughout their existence have, in spite of their flaws, somehow always managed to do the right thing.

God speed Mr. Obama.

Centuries of history are behind you, the American people are with you, and the future awaits you.

For online inaugural coverage I suggest the CNN and CSPAN links below:

CNN Inaugural Special

CSPAN Coverage

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