It is a shame that President Elect Barack Obama's Grandmother did not live to see this day. I heard someone say "She voted for him in Heaven and she did not have to wait in line long because there were not any Republicans there".
History was made and I will say I am proud of America today. She has grown and I hope she continues to grow and set examples for the rest of the world. I was very ashamed of McCain supporters for booing the President Elect as McCain graciously addressed him. I hope this hate in America is a thing of the pass and if they want to stay there they will just have to be left behind. No more hate, fear and demonizing of others please. NO MORE IN THE UNITED STATES of AMERICA and sit in church on Sunday.
McCain proves again that he is a decent man. I don't know what happened but McCain took the low road and resorted to gimmicks in his campaign. McCain did not stick to the issues and took bad advice from someone he trusted. Thank you that someone.
I believe that President Elect Obama will use his 100 million people (and growing) organization to help guide him. He got support from the masses and owes no lobbyist or groups anything. I also hope he uses his amazing communication network to get the masses involved and alert us as to who or what gets in the way of us moving this country forward. This should not be difficult as we have witness the technology and communication expertise his organization developed. In this way we the masses can get to work to correct or remove the problem.
There will be a small, vocal and older group that will go out of there way to hold on to hate and fear. As I mentioned earlier if we cannot drag them forward kicking and screaming for the good of us all, we will need to ignore them and leave them behind.
America still needs work because we still define a person that is 50% one race and 50% another as Black. Why is that?