history is made

I haven’t posted or said much leading up to the US election [except with I read Obama’s memoir this past summer], mostly because it was such a hot issue and I didn’t feel qualified and informed enough to share any meaningful opinions. I did, however, jump out of bed this morning to turn on the computer and see what happened, and was very happy to see the results. Obviously in politics these days, there is no perfect candidate, but if I was an American, I don’t see why I wouldn’t have voted in the same way that most did.

I’m sure everyone has seen this already, but here’s the big speech. You can read it on Donald Miller’s blog as well.

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