Barrack Obama Wins the 2008 U.S. Presidency!

Barrack Obama wins the 2008 U.S. Presidency and I couldn’t be happier.

I am humbled by the American citizens who have voted for Obama while I thought that this could be something near impossible at the beginning of this year.  The landslide victory by Barrack Obama also marks the thoughts of many Americans who want change for the better of the country and the world.

Barrack Obama has really broken the race-barrier in America as far as politics are concerned.  I think this new President is really going to change the U.S. and the world and once-and-for-all.

Once again, I am surprised by the outcome and really enjoy this day.  The day that people could think outside the box, the day that people could vote “outside the box”.  Box is America, Americans need to think outside the box, get someone who’s not on the inside, inside.

As far as the 2008 race is concerned, I did also outline that Obama was leading clearly ahead of McCain earlier in the week.  I really believe internet had a lot to do with this race.  People were able to post videos on YouTube about each candidate, making it easy for people to search for facts, not bs.  (Perhaps, I played a part in this race too by providing my unbiased opinions on Black and White American society from the point-of-view of Asian American immigrant.)

Apart from posting videos, it was clear that with internet and Web2.0, people of the world could “influence” the votes.

No matter what happens, I do think President Obama will do a great job.  The only thing I fear is that there might be some white supremecy freaks who might try to assasinate Obama, but let’s first celebrate that one of my dreams has came true tonight.

I think U.S. international diplomacy will go a lot better with less wars and less “racial” tensions with Obama in the Presidency seat.

There, that was the greatest moment in American history and I was there to witness it.  🙂

As a person who has white, black, asian, gay, and mixed friends, I could not be happier as one of my “friends” became President of United States.  This day marks the official opening of civil rights and true American “freedom of speech”.  Before, there was no proof but this day does mark the day that Americans as a whole, are not biased, and they all just want freedom for every living human being without discrimination.

Also as a person who grew up in all-white suburban American city, this proves that you can achieve the American dream, which is limitless and I am living it too, regardless of race and religion, just how much and how well blogging can take you.

Thank you to American citizens tonight who support dreams of millions of other Americans, that wars can be stopped, taxes can be lowered, and that my kids can grow up to a non-discriminate country filled with white, black, and asian people, with no importance on that order itself.

Again, Obama is HALF white and HALF black, don’t listen to those stupid TV broadcasters who keep saying “the 1st Black President“.  Let’s at least keep this race thing straight.  America, you just voted for a white person who happens to has some black blood. (or black person who has some white blood) Thank you. 🙂 (GOD, will every a typical American TV broadcaster stop being so racist?  Maybe we gotta fire some of them.)

Oh yeah, let’s not forget Obama’s WHITE grandmother just passed away, let’s hope her that she had seen everything that has happened tonight in heaven.

Okay, that’s all for tonight folks from the most diverse city in the world, San Francisco, Zedomax. 🙂

3 Responses to Barrack Obama Wins the 2008 U.S. Presidency!

  1. Nicole Price says:

    No two opinions about it. The USA is a great country and the American people are simply magnificent.

  2. Anonym says:

    Hey! I’m a German pupil and we talk about this blog entry in the lesson this day. Our teacher copied the entry for the whole class. You can be proud of you. 😉

  3. after christmas sales says:

    The tears of joy just kept flowing for me. America has proven that it is truly the land of great possibility and hope.

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