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Archive for November, 2008

Today is a Good Day

Wednesday, November 5th, 2008

Today is a good day.  Today is the first day in a new America.  People across the world are waking up with a renewed optimism, realizing that we will soon be rid of a one-man axis of evil.  Today is the first step to reigniting the American people to solve some of the greatest challenges in our nation’s history.

It’s time to restore habeas corpus and shut down the abomination that is Guantanamo Bay, to make the government transparent so that all those whom she governs can take equal part in participation, to become responsible in dealing with the threat of climate change, to address the paradox of unaffordable healthcare in our rich society, to challenge worldwide Anti-Americanism and re-earn the respect of our global brothers.

Today is a day that we begin to realize that polarizing the world in arrogant unilateralism is counterproductive, and that the United States shares a responsibility as a member of a commonwealth of nations.

A new wind begins to course its way through the world today.  Today is a good day.

The 44th President of the United States