Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Republicans for Obama


After Obama became president of the USA, a lot of republicans could not handle this: an African-American, a person who stands for social justice, a president who wants to bring back integrety to the White House...etc.
By accident I found this web site of people who make more sense than all those whining neo-cons.
Enjoy and think:

''Fellow Republicans,
The U.S. faces serious challenges that have not been addressed by our political leaders. For a generation, elected officials on both sides found it easier to appease their parties’ fringes to win elections, and media companies have choosen to shock, amuse and divide us. In the meantime, the problems we face as a nation grow as they are passed on to future generations.
President Obama is a leader who can lay the foundations of another American Century—he can help us get past our partisan and ideological divisions, as we strengthen our standing in the world and tackle the challenges we face at home. Obama understands our differences, but also knows the importance of finding common ground. While we continue to debate and address many issues on which we all have strong opinions—abortion, gay rights, the relationship between church and state, to name a few—we will continue to support Obama's efforts to break our government’s paralysis and meet the growing challenges we face as a nation.

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Question (4)

Is it ever right to kill one innocent person to save the lives of several others?

Day Opening - September 30


San Francisco bridge
byKevin McNeal