"But in the unlikely story that is America, there has never been anything false about hope."
Wait. Didn't we have an argument about this months ago? Aren't you one of the people in one of the Idea Obama panels?
Let's see. A few days ago, this is what I said: I pretty much knew what I was voting for (because I actually listened to the speeches) and understand what the words "pragmatism" and "realism" mean. I have seen plenty of the change I can believe in, and I am all for it after the luncacy of the last 8 years. (Please see also: US Attorney Jim Letten's reappointment; Stop-production on the F-22; Obama's non-intervention intervention in Iranian election protests; Notre Dame speech; Cairo speech; Focus on Afganistan; Dismantling Bush II's Fantasy "Missile Sheild" in Eastern Europe; etc.) I will not be disappointed in Obama, because I paid close attention to the last 8 years, and that gave me a pretty good idea where the next 4 years would be going if we had elected the other guy. That we aren't going in that self-destructive direction is success enough for me.It is pretty much what I've been saying all along.
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