Friday, November 7, 2008


Whatever happens tomorrow or the day after,America has shown the world today that its democracy can transcend ethnic lines and that it is indeed a land of opportunity and hope for those who strive. WELL DONE AMERICA.

You have also shamed many countries who speak volumes on morality and yet fail to recognize humanity. Hopefully this shame will remind them, that even for them, there is hope for change. God is ever merciful.

I, too always had and have hopes for my country.

President Barack Obama, I wish you all best in your task as the President of the most powerful country in the world. I pray that you will be a catalyst for a better world.


Jin Pakai Tuncit said...


hate to be a wet blanket, but don't break out the champagne yet. did you see who he picked as his chief of staff?

we have to realise that real power does not lie in the hands of politicians, but in the hands of the bankers (i.e. the one who control the money).

i predict more of the same "bushism" under obama, maybe even worse.

Kenneth "Definite" Lee said...

I think Mr. J is focusing on how America is having a black President for the first time, hence democratic in this sense.

Kenneth "Definite" Lee said...

Jin Pakai Tuncit has his point though. Still way too early to judge.

Jahamy said...

jln pakai tuncit and kenneth lee,

Both of you are so perceptive that it gives me hope for Malaysia.

Obama was relevant to make a point about what is posible.

But how did it become possible?

Read my next posting!