Monday, November 3, 2008


If you don't do anything else this year...please vote on Tuesday!


Karin said...

Voted! :)

Tara W said...

I voted!

Debbie Wallace said...

Me, too! And I was lucky, no lines:)

Nancy Bristow said...

Debbie...You know I voted.

From all that's been reported tonight it was a pheonomenal and historical turn-out. It's good that this country has hope...for everybody...once again. Nancy

Debbie Wallace said...

I sure hope our young, new president can pull off some of those changes he was talking about, Nancy. They harped about him not being experienced enough, maybe that's a good thing. Time will tell.

I'm going to save the newspaper with his picture on the front.

Nancy Bristow said...

Debbie...I'm wallowing in delight that we have a smart, articulate President-Elect and I'm glad that he is young and strong and not the same old tired "experienced" politician that's par for the course.

For the first time ever I'm actually interested in what an elected official has to say. It's refreshing to have him address the public as if we have half a brain in a calm, cool and thoughtful manner. It's a welcome change.

The horrible mess this country is in is mind-boggling and I believe if there's a soul alive that has a chance of leading us out of it is the new President-Elect. I think he will surround himself with the best and the brightest to help him despite party affiliation.

I see new global respect for the U.S. on the horizon.

Save your newspaper with his picture on the front...I have no doubt that it will be particularly significant in the years to come....Nancy:)

Debbie Wallace said...

I'm way ahead of ya girl! Already put the newspaper away.

Did you catch the biography on him the other day? It was VERY interesting and made me like him even more.

I hope and pray he can fix our country.

ddurance said...

Yep, voted early and no lines. I think there were two other people there.


Debbie Wallace said...

Yeah, we were lucky. I know some folks who stood in lines for hours.