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Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Let's Give Our American Eagle a Reason to Scream for Joy!

Make sure you vote! Vote for Barack Obama!

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18 comments:

Maria said...

Hallo Sylvia, the majority of Europeans would decide like you do!
The election is broadcasted today on Austrian TV from 22:00 pm to 8:00 am tomorrow morning! The whole night! I think I'll get up early tomorrow!
Thank you for visiting my blog! I'm happy you liked my My World contribution. No kidding, I had to look up Washington on the map, I knew that it was somewhere on the Westcoast, but noting more :(
Thanks to blogging :)

RuneE said...

You have the backing from Norway - but, alas, we have no vote. We just have to face the consequences...

bobbie said...

It's about 5:am and I'm getting dressed to go out and VOTE OBAMA when the polls open.

Darlene said...

That Eagle is a great symbol to post on your blog today. I wish I had thought of it. ;)

Today is the culmination of all we have hoped and worked for for 21 months and maybe longer. I remember saying that I wished Obama was running for president when I heard him give the keynote speech for John Kerry. And here we are.

Judy said...

It is six here and I am waiting for it to get daylight so I can go vote. I don't drive well in the dark and would not want to wreck and Obama lose my vote!

Margie's Musings said...

Nice post, Sylvia. I hope against hope that the Republicans don't try to steal this election like they did the one in 2000.

If it's a landslide, they won't be able to do that. If it's close they'll start a dozen recounts and leave it to the Bush Supreme Court to decide again.

Linda said...

I didn't sleep last night worth anything. I was like a kid waiting for Christmas morning. I love the eagle picture. Good symbolism.

Deborah Godin said...

Right on!!! Going to be a late night here in the Eastern time zone!

bobbie said...

Your eagle is beautiful. I have to tell you, I debated on using mine, until I saw yours, then decided to go ahead. I like it.

Rain said...

Like you, I hope for the best. It's a big day however it goes

Sailor Girl said...

Thank you for your visit!!
I like your pics too!!!

pink dogwood said...

Did it proudly this morning - can't wait to celebrate this evening :)

Kay said...

I promise you I will! My daughter tells me she even walked her husband's absentee ballot over because she knew he was going to vote for Barack.

Lin said...

let's all remember to breathe as we're waiting for the results. this is the first time in years maybe ever that I've voted democratic...hope and pray he wins. think they would be a neat first family and America would grow in respect in the eyes of the world.

storyteller said...

Wonderful idea! Of course I did that on September 28th ;--)
Hugs and blessings,

storyteller said...

Ooops ... I mean October 28th. Don't mind me ... my brain get's 'iffy' at this time of day. Sigh! Such is life ;--)
Hugs and blessings,

Patty said...

We did it !!!!!

ugich konitari said...

Sylvia, Congratulations. Just checking the news from Mumbai. OBAMA WON ! And your state helped..

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