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Is Your Mind More at Ease?

Last night we saw history being made. Regardless of the way you voted, a great change has been made to our country. I know most of you were feeling anxious before the votes were counted yesterday, and since emotions are no doubt still running high, tell me, is your mind a little bit more at ease now that the election is over?


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bacon1 bacon1 8 years
Nope, not at all. I think our country is in great danger, and I hope Obama isn't re-elected.
UrbanBohemian UrbanBohemian 8 years
I'm calmer now that this election is finally over, and I'm very happy with the results. My mind is more at ease, but since the current problems we have are so big and impossible to resolve overnight, I know there will be lots of work to do to make better changes.
Muirnea Muirnea 8 years
organicsugr: "I'm pleased to see another picture of Nipples the Obama Supporter." I was wondering if anyone else noticed that...haha, wow. Someone needs a bra... :-P
popgoestheworld popgoestheworld 8 years
In general I always feel some relief after a big decision is made, even if it affects me negatively. The state of "not knowing" is sometimes more stressful because you don't know what you have to deal with.
janneth janneth 8 years
aeschere aeschere 8 years
i'm more at ease... that i think our country has a better chance of going in the right direction now. it's not instantaneous by any means but at least we have the ball rolling now.
organicsugr organicsugr 8 years
I'm pleased to see another picture of Nipples the Obama Supporter.
erikadee erikadee 8 years
agh how could someone who supports partial birth abortion be the person running our nation? its not the only issue. but its a big one.
Amandaletta Amandaletta 8 years
I'm hoping that this works out. I think that the people who are all like "Obama won, I'm packing my bags and moving out of the country!" are full of hot air and most likely will not be going anywhere. They just want to sound as though they're going to do something about this, when in reality they won't change a damn thing about where they live.
iamangiepooh iamangiepooh 8 years
I'm just glad it's over.
CaterpillarGirl CaterpillarGirl 8 years
I am not pissed like sh*t (what does that mean anyway? does Sh*t get angry?) My mind isnt at ease, Time will tell on that one.
almost-famous almost-famous 8 years
nope, because McCain's supporters are pissed like s*
xopiperxo xopiperxo 8 years
nope, not at all.
momma-tikita momma-tikita 8 years
I am soo at ease that its ridiculous!!!!
bluesteyes bluesteyes 8 years
Talking and opening dialogue is a way to go. No invading no imposing no punishing, TALKING is a way forward. Things are complicated, world issues always are and the ability to see that is a superb quality!
bluesteyes bluesteyes 8 years
He won't live up flyingchange the same way our ex prime minister Tony Blair didn't in the end. But he's made changes, good ones, he cocked it up with going to war with Iraq but still Tony wasn't all bad. He was great at PR and he was good with policies. I suspect Obama will make mistakes, but hopefully it won't be the kind of mistakes that will cost poor countries or people. He is willing to talk which is great!
sugaNspice24 sugaNspice24 8 years
YES!!! I am finally at PEACE!!! I have hope and faith in our new President. PEACE!!!!!!!!!
geebers geebers 8 years
( i was addressing flyingchange -not writing an odd sentence)
geebers geebers 8 years
flying actually considering that we are rock bottom right now- he really can't do worse. We will improve -that is for certain.
princess_eab princess_eab 8 years
Yes. I'm not an idiot, obviously the new president-elect is not a magical Messiah, but we need a change. Now we have lots and lots of hard work to do...
Carrie14884290 Carrie14884290 8 years
I'm glad it's over. I think a lot of people are going to be disappointed when he fails to live up to their expectations.
Martini-Rossi Martini-Rossi 8 years
Yes!!!!!!! I cant really explain it but I feel so much better than I did yesterday and for a while. I feel and believe that we as a nation can accomplish so much when we come together and support each other. No, Obama cannot fix everything and most know that but TOGETHER as a nation we can differently change a lot of things. Many of Obama supports know that what he faces in future will be extremely hard and there are many things he wont be able to fix. BUT I am just ready to do my part, I am ready to do what I can to make my country better than it is today and together....YES WE CAN!!!
queenlizzie queenlizzie 8 years
This is a big jump in the right direction. I'm relieved, but this is just one office--there's lots of work to be done locally and at the state level. Obama can't fix everything.
bluestar bluestar 8 years
Yes, it will take time, but I think we picked the right person. :)
GlowingMoon GlowingMoon 8 years
Yes, I think this is a step in the right direction.
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