Yes We DID



    It's definitely gonna take some getting used to, this whole "I actually like my president." thing... It's gonna be a good feeling.

  2. I can't get over how happy I am. I, for the first time in my life, am proud of my president and my country.


    We haven't yet. We did take the White House, but all of the things that make him wonderful, all of the things he's promised to change, haven't happened yet. And because the Dems didn't take the 60 seats they needed in the senate to override Republican blocking attempts, he might have more trouble passing through his revolutionary ideas than we'd like. In other words--not to be the downer of the group--it's an uphill battle from here, not a downhill one. You can bet that there are going to be a lot of people that don't want him to change anything.

    Having said that: WOOO! OBAMA!

  3. Well, Jess, you should take heart in noting that on at least some measures, the Democrats will likely be able to peel away a few moderate Republicans in order to end filibustering.

    That having been said, onward to 2010 and 2012. I love this game - my guys lost. Your guys won. Let's work together for now and get ready to be at each other's throats very soon! ;-)


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