Change We Can Believe in

Finally the campaign slogan Change is ringing true. Change for the citizens of the US means that President-elect Barack Obama will be attached to scandals before he takes office. Change for Obama means that he will pledge support of the little guy (Republic Windows and Doors):

President-elect Barack Obama and other politicians have voiced support for the workers’ cause, arguing the Wall Street bailout was not serving its purpose of loosening credit for Main Street businesses.

All the while knowing that on the campaign trail he voted for the bailouts, which began the domino effect of dumping money for the big guys. As we inch closer to Obama taking office, the question of the day seems to be “it depends on what the meaning of change is.”

On the Obama-Biden website here is their definition of change:

“I’m asking you to believe. Not just in my ability to bring about real change in Washington …I’m asking you to believe in yours.”

So close your eyes tight and imagine your ability to change things. Because President-elect Obama will be too busy in his continual seduction of the world to make any change. Gone are the promises of solving global warming, gone are the promises of resolving the economic woes. Change has arrived and it is on the wheels of Illinois corruption, unrepentant terrorists, damning pastors, and a campaign coffer that would make Trump happy.

Jennifer

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