Vote, Baby, Vote!




4 thoughts on “Vote, Baby, Vote!

  1. Maugre Obama is the wiser choice, I’d say this is merely the start of another democratic hypocrisy.

    “It’s the answer that led those who have been told for so long by so many to be cynical, and fearful, and doubtful of what we can achieve to put their hands on the arc of history and bend it once more toward the hope of a better day.”
    Why is it that Chinese (on the web) seem to be the most cynical bunch i’ve encountered so far?

  2. 恭喜恭喜! :-D

    是啊是啊.原来住郊区都是教堂或者学校.搬到城里来才见世面了. 🙂

  3. hehe, i guess it is because chinese have been the most politically suppressed bunch in terms of voicing out their opinions and deep down our cultural psychology we feel the desire to use brutal irony with non-conventional extremes to establish our coolness.

    Back to the point, apologies if my comment earlier seemed hypocritical itself. I adore obama, yet this task lies ahead is simply too enormous for any man to handle: “challenges that tomorrow will bring are the greatest of our lifetime”. The overwhelming globalization puts a evolvingly complex layer to the context of the global economy that we’ve never seen this bad since 1929. In this game where no country is safe, the world expects a new strong US leader as much as common Americans do. I’m glad that the voice of America has spoken, and it has bestowed upon the right candidate. Hopefully it will remain undisappointed in four years from now.

    Difficult time demands great leaders. It is interesting time that one could do interesting things. I’d much rather put a country in peril in hands of real leader like Obama. He won’t be perfect, but i could trust him to make intelligent decisions, to identify capable people, to listen, and to do the best he could. That’s far more than i could say of what we had in the past 8 years.

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