Tuesday, November 04, 2008

Yes, we can!!!!

I have lately been microblogging quite a bit on Obama.
I really want him to win. I need it, I think it's the best not just for US, but for most of the world. A change, a deep change, is necessary in the US.
And any other option scares me.
So, I've decided to send all my good vibrations towards US and Obama's supporters by compilating part of what I have been posting at Tumble & Fall.
Have a look and, if you are a US citizen, please vote for change.
I…believe that every American has the right to affordable health care. I believe that the millions of Americans who can’t take their children to a doctor when they get sick have that right…We now face an opportunity - and an obligation - to turn the page on the failed politics of yesterday’s health care debates. It’s time to bring together businesses, the medical community, and members of both parties around a comprehensive solution to this crisis, and it’s time to let the drug and insurance industries know that while they’ll get a seat at the table, they don’t get to buy every chair.

Barack Obama and Joe Biden: The Change We Need | Policy Issues

Campaign Get on the Bus: Early Vote in Ohio (via BarackObamadotcom)

For the last eight years we’ve tried it John McCain’s way, we’ve tried it George Bush’s way. It didn’t work. It’s time to try something new.”

- Barack Obama
Barack Obama and Joe Biden: The Change We Need | Obama Road Blog: Road Blog Rewind: Barack Swings Through the Southwest

First Time Voters in North Carolina (via BarackObamadotcom)

Obama and Biden's Plan for America.
Obama Blueprint for Change

These two boys waited as a long line of adults greeted Senator Obama before a rally on Martin Luther King Day in Columbia, S.C. They never took their eyes off of him. Their grandmother told me, “Our young men have waited a long time to have someone to look up to, to make them believe Dr. King’s words can be true for them.” Jan. 21, 2008.

Callie Shell - Obama - Digital Journalist

A New York Times article reports that as a college student, Barack Obama, one of the two leading contenders for the Democratic nomination for President, was interested in Nietzsche, Freud, and Sartre. A hopeful sign! I would have been worried if as an undergraduate he had been enamored of Kant or Hegel!

More stuff at
Tumble & Fall, tag: Obama | Barack Obama's issues | Barack Obama's campaign blog