Hope, Redux.

Editor’s note:

Things are a little quiet around here.  Real life has butted in and I haven’t updated in a while.  That will change. –ToledoNative

Hope.  Hope is a ridiculous notion.  Hope has a tendency to evaporate at the slightest whiff of doubt.  But hope once again lives for me and for our country.   We have a chance to undo some of the damage done during 6 years of one party rule.

Tomorrow, the Democrats may go back to our standard ‘circular firing squad’, but for now, all things seem possible.

Some thanks are in order:

To the Chairman of the Democratic Party, Howard Dean; Thank you sir, your 50 state strategy worked.  Every time the Republicans trotted out another talking point, you were there to explain our side.  Thanks again.

To all of the participants, Democrat and Republican alike; it was a long hard battle and you fought well.  Good job.  Now we all need to join together and solve the problems which lie ahead.

Last of all, to Mr. Keith Olbermann:  Thank you sir, for all the hard work and for the unbiased reporting.  I truly believe that you have had a hand in getting more people fired up about the need for change.  From your relentless exposing of the Bush Administration, to your series of Special Comments, you sir are a National treasure.  Bravo, and a job well done!


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