Wednesday, January 09, 2008

Waiting for the World to Change....1.09.07


I think all of us are trying to ride this wave and see what happens. We want Someone that will Address ALL of the Big Issues, and there are many from Iraq to the Economy to Healthcare to Restoration of Justice. But we need to pace ourselves and do what we can to feel a part of the Election, because we all want Change....and it is hard to be patient after 7 years of Hell. Waiting for the World to Change....it is hard work.

10 comments:

hillblogger said...

Agree!

The man or the woman who gets elected to the top post, i.e, White House, will have to hit the ground running to reverse if not all, at least some of the things Bush and his cohorts did.

Cartledge said...
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Cartledge said...

Aaron Neville is the man - A Change Is Gonna Come -
Sounded better than test but I forgot to subscribe

enigma4ever said...

okay this is a test...( I love that you brought up Aaron Neville...I will have to find that song and put it up now..)

enigma4ever said...

okay so you realize Cart that I now have this song stuck in my head....

we have decided that maybe Nixon;s ghost is haunting Watergate Summer again- after all comments did get through from you to my email...

( this is another test..)

Cartledge said...

I've stuck worse songs in peoples heads...
Are your blogs on the same server, or both on the Google server?

enigma4ever said...

all on the same ....

Okay Aaron is still stuck in my head.....

Cartledge said...

I’ve been seeing comments like: "I've seen him five times. What he says sounds great, but it's all fluff. There's no meat there." (that was on realclearpolitics.com)
Obama’s opponents will push that angle, but the reality is that outlining detailed policy is just as perilous. Take a look at the Rudd campaign in Aust and the speed, even over the holiday period (here) that non legislative changes have been announced. Changes we wanted.
You know Obama will respond to a rapid downgrading of the Iraq deployment. Limited, but you really don’t want any more of the radical policy approach. You know he will act on the looming economic disaster, but you don’t want him to make it worse with overkill. You know he will respond to health and social needs, but he is not going to risk making the remedy worse than the cure.
That is Obama’s difficulty, telling the country I will fix it, but not just yet…
Aaron has found a home at last :)

enigma4ever said...

Thanks Cart....

His website has most of his policies and goals are on his website.

Enigma4ever said...

okay so here we go....this is a test with a new email account...hopefully it will make blogger happy