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I can understand your fear. My sons are not African American, yet still I fear for them because their views of the world don't match the status qup where we live.Very nice American Sentence.Let's hope Barak wins. Maybe some healing for us all will begin to emerge.
Christine,I am so ready for change. I do believe Barack represents where we can go. And like your sons, I don't hold views of the status quo. Honestly, I'm a black Quaker. Whole lot of folks look at me strangely. lol.Thanks for coming by.
Nice sentence, Susan. I'm linking to it.It seems that Mr Obama is an able candidate, and that the Obama-Biden ticket weighs heavier than the McCain-Palin one. And who wants four more years of the same thing (and maybe worse)? But the USA being the place it is in terms of race, the two are almost neck to neck, instead of the former being way ahead.Nevertheless, I believe Obama's presidency will force the USA to look at itself in the mirror, and say, "Who the f*ck are we? And WTF have we been doing all these years? The same questions were posed to South Africans by themselves when apartheid stopped happening there.
"force the USA to look at itself in the mirror, and say, "Who the f*ck are we? And WTF have we been doing all these years?"Rethabile, I hope so. I pray so.
Looks like I came to the right place to support Obama. I too think he will be the better choice for the new face of America. By the way, nice Am. Sentence. Have a nice day.
A poignant American sentence and sadly, a legitimate fear. Thanks for your lovely comment on my blog. Am so glad to have discovered yours.
I'm English so I'm a little lost as I don't even know what an American sentence is. I'm still interested in the politics of your country. I hope Obama wins too.Carole
Thanks for linking to rwp with this American Sentence. It goes right to the heart of what Americans need to face.You're a Quaker – every time I find out something else about you I'm intrigued.
first time here; you have memes i have not seen before so it was fun to poke around and look at them.i appreciate the poems and haiku that people create and love reading them; but am unable to string together a poem myselfps. yes we can.
I like this American sentence. It's engaged as they should be.
Thanks Nathan,I like what you do very much. I appreciate you taking time to read and comment.
Very enlightning American Sentence. I share your frustrations. Do not give up hope. Our collective voices must be stronger and louder in order to stop the mental and physical killings of our brothers. Peace, Light and Love to you and yours. . . . CordieB.
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