Thursday, November 6, 2008

Election Day

Tuesday was Election Day.  Mommy and I were glued to the TV as we watched 'history being made.'  We watched as Obama became the first African American to be made President of the United States of America.  Mommy tried to explain to me how Obama promises change, but I still don't understand what this change is going to be.  But considering that what my shirt says is true:
maybe his tax policy will help us out.  I think I agree with Joe the Plumber.....  


brienne said...

haha... mck, your mommy has taught you VERY well. it is clear that you are VERY advanced in your thinking as compared to other children your age. furthermore, given your precious (and hilarious!) shirt maybe some good will come from the obama presidency after all!!

Anonymous said...

Dear McKayla,

Obama promises more of a change in the way Americans take responsibility for the way we do things, for example diplomacy, education, and healthcare. Did you know my mommy couldn't get insurance after she had me because she had gestational diabetes? It took 2 years and it was cheaper for my mommy to fly to France to have a checkup than to go to the doctor without insurance. And as for education, he wants to change where Americans are in the ranks with the rest of the world in math and science. Its more of a way of thinking that needs to change (like to think that my grandpa in France offers third world care to his patients and his hospital isnt equal to America's is pretty condescending don't you think?) Anyway I cant wait to see you in February!

your FrancoAmerican cousine,

If McCain had won, my daddy would have lost his job because managing environmentally endangered lands is seen as a "waste" of tax dollars- but when you come visit I will take you to the "Enchanted Forest" where he works and show you all the cool things he has done for Brevard County :)

Leckerbissen Meister said...

u are so smart. mccain is way too old for you. obama is a smooth talker and will win you over with some great promises.

i can't wait for you to blog about his first 100 days in office. will they be as legendary as fdr?

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