Saturday, January 19, 2008

Women for Action Address

Tomorrow is a big a day. I hope you are celebrating, commemorating, and embracing, this day, this now. It’s a joyous time.

Today we celebrate the memory of one of the most remarkable and loved human beings of our American History, Martin Luther King. His memory and his message reminds us of how we as a people yearn for a unity and peace; we have longed for a day that our children can welcome any opportunity and know that leadership, changing things is not something just for a select few but is within their will and desire to do so.

And tomorrow is a new journey for our nation; a journey of anxiousness for some of us; a strong desire for our country not to just change but to advance, move forward to a new America, an America of hope and promise; an America that delivers on its message originally addressed by our founding founders.

We welcome this newness, this joyful time as Americans, as women and men, as families, students and hardworking people.

We welcome our new President, Barack Hussein Obama to the White House. And we wish him much success on this journey. We wish him well and greatness because his successes are our successes; we are not just one man or one woman changing and improving our future. We are one people, the American people, ready for Action.


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Ken Comment by Ken on January 19, 2009 at 9:43pm
Delete Comment I don't think Dr. King would be proud to finally have a black president and find out he is going to be killing more black unborn children than anyone in history, that he will be endorcing homosexual marriage, open homosexuality in the military, unlimited funds for radical feminist organizations, supporting radical green organizations and giving away billions of taxpayers funds to bank and corporate elites. Tomorrow starts one of America's darkest days in history.
Anthony M Comment by Anthony M on January 19, 2009 at 7:04pm
Delete Comment I am very hapy and proud to be witnessing this historic event and I am proud to be an Ameican!!!
Julene Comment by Julene on January 19, 2009 at 12:53pm
Delete Comment I am glad to share this with you
John Monet Comment by John Monet on January 19, 2009 at 10:42am
Delete Comment I am happy for Obama! even though I am a Republican. I don't agree with him on evary thing! But I wish him the best! I know Dr.King would be proud. This is a great time for America!
Ljiljanasbusiness Comment by Ljiljanasbusiness on January 19, 2009 at 9:58am
Delete Comment We welcome Your new President, Barack Hussein Obama to the White House...from Vojvodina,Serbia...