Looking Forward For a Change – A Better Nation!

History is made in this US election 2008. Even though it was all expected, it is still very surprising and overwhelming event in the US history, Barack Obama became the 44th President of United States and he is the FIRST African America President in US history!!!

Winning the election game was not an easy one, however keeping his promises for a change, for a better America, for a better nation, improving the economy and all other things he promised would be the most difficult part. So the struggle and hard work really starts NOW for Obama.

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When I woke up today, walking on my way to office, I felt different, nothing was literally different, same people, same crowd, same city, same roads…still I smell something different in the air, I felt a change has started happening. I don’t know if it’s the believe that things will change with Obama’s powerful presence as a President or something is really around! But I strongly felt a vibe, I could foresee a better nation, a better future for America – the land of opportunities. At work, I talked to few colleagues, and everybody seems so happy. Everybody is so much looking forward for a CHANGE, for US to come out of its critical economy stage, wars and all other issue which are deteriorating the position of this nation.

So, I hope and pray that the way victory of Obama brought hope of change, improvements, he really make these things happen. We are very much looking forward for BETTER NATION with lots of better changes!!

(More on Barack Obama from WIKI!)

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