Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Hope for the change of the hope of the change!

Greetings comrades!

I trust you are all happy and hopeful today! My wife and I are truly happy and thankful for the day our Leader has provided unto us, and are equally happy and grateful for the beautiful unicorn that arrived in the mail! (pictured below) Thank you President Obama (peace be upon him)!

We join each of you in welcoming in the glorious dawn of the new age! An age of peace, and of prosperity. Unless you're Israel and unless you are a small business owner or an employee of a corporation or a recipient of anything produced by a corporation. We are certain it will be hopey, as well as changey! And if you need anything more specific than that, then why not go to Alaska and vote for the silly Sarah Palin, who is not as wise as the President of our union of 57 states! Ha ha!

Anyway, now is not the time to focus on the past, but to move foward into the future! Together, we will sing our daily mantra unto the One. On to the Mantra!


Play ball!

8 comments:

Hillary said...

I've been waiting for a unicorn post all day. Thank you, I can now go to bed.

Heidi said...

Thank goodness we still have freedom of blogging to lift the mood of the day!! I might be able to go to bed with a smile on my face instead of crying!

Kevan said...

What a day, the first actual Corination I have ever witnessed.It was especially beautiful to hear thousands of Bush haters singing in unison, na na na na, hey hey goodbye. Everyone of them oozing with class. The incredibly touching poem, what was it she said, A farmer digs a shovel full of dirt and a teacher says students pick up your pencils. It was though Robert Frost had reappeared from the haze of the 60's to bless us with words that flowed through the air and simple settled upon the crowd. Finally, that incredible benediction, we ask you to help us work for that day when black will not be asked to get back, when brown can stick around,when yellow will be mellow, when the red man can get ahead, man and when white will embrace what is right.

Can I have an Amen?

Robin said...

Amen! :)

Christian said...

Don't encourage him.

Shannon said...

Amen! Are we dragging each other down? I don't think so. I'm actually feeling better after considering suicide around 6:00 p.m., when even O'Reilly was basking in Obama's glory for a time.

Kirk said...

I am throwing an inaugural blog ball for the new President. I think that makes 11. He needs to show his support for the bloggers of the world. I hope he got my invite

Chrissy Lucia said...

I saw a really funny bumper sticker yesterday, it read: "I will keep my guns, freedom, and money . . . you can keep the change."
I don't know about you, but it certainly made me laugh!