Feeling *Much* Better Than Last Year Posted on July 4, 2008 by Aimee 0share Facebook Threads Pinterest EmailYou may remember the rant I spewed last year? There is something different this year. Something in the air. Something I can feel in my bones. Change. Happy birthday, America. I mean that. 0share Facebook Threads Pinterest Email You May Also Like Uncategorized Harry Potter: Order of the Phoenix July 15, 2007 Family One plan that didn’t go awry… January 6, 2007 Uncategorized Movie Roundup 2/17/08 February 17, 2008 This article has 9 comments SciFi Dad July 4, 2008 Even though I’m not there, I hope you’re right. I hope that the speculators, those who believe Hillary Clinton stuck around (arguably) too long so that Obama would end up looking bad and therefore lose some of the momentum he had, are wrong. The U.S. needs a Democrat in the White House, not a Republican with “left leaning tendencies”. (And personally, I liked your rant from last year.) zenrain July 4, 2008 love it, love it, love it Anonymous July 4, 2008 awesome. zipper July 5, 2008 Happy 4th (or 5th). joansy July 5, 2008 You know I’m with you and I have no doubt that Obama would be a thousand times better as a president than McCain, BUT I have been so disappointed with him in the last two weeks. I’m feeling like he said all the great liberal things to get the nomination and now is playing to center stage in a big bad, and I mean bad, way. I don’t want a “moderate.” I don’t want someone who is going to waffle on the war. I want the war to end and to end now. I get his change of heart over campaign finance issues, but I’m hating his positions on FISA, involvement in religion in politics, and now his less than firm position on the war. If he softens on healthcare I may just vote for Nader. Kidding, but damn I want the liberal guy of a few months ago instead of this new guy. Sarah O. July 5, 2008 Hallelujah! I was thinking at lunch today that if Obama becomes President (I hope, I hope, I hope), one of the first things he needs to do in office is to change the US Senate cafeteria’s Freedom Fries back to French Fries. Megan July 6, 2008 Me too. Great pic. Sue at eLuckypacket July 7, 2008 Yay – the awesome OBMA plaque! Ali July 7, 2008 LOVE! Comments are now closed.