OBAMA WINS!!!!!!!!!!!!!

The new hope is here! I have never been more proud of America. This is one of the greatest events we will ever witness. Glad I was here to see it. And thanks to all of you who have followed along on the blog. Change is here. To quote Tony Kushner...the great work begins.

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LKD said…
Gosh, it feels good to be on the winning team for a change!

HoofuckingRAY!!!!!!
Jeanette said…
This is so great! I was afraid there may have been more sheeple out there but my faith in America has been restored tonight!
Justin Evans said…
Wonderful!

Now it's a matter of not gloating in front of my redneck cracker UberMormon relatives.

Must resist urge to gloat . . .

Must resist urge to gloat . . .

Must resist urge to gloat . . .
Rachel Mallino said…
YAY, COLLIN!!!!!!!!!!!! I wish I could hug everyone!!!!
Anonymous said…
We did it Collin! We did it!

-Montgomery Maxton (on a public PC)
DeadMule said…
Yes, we can.
Liz said…
CONGRATULATIONS Collin, CONGRATULATIONS America.... : ))))

I am raising a glass to all of you...I am very excited ....the world is very excited...what a victory!! Yes, You Sure Can!
Anonymous said…
I am so excited about Obama that I was crying into my champagne. But Prop 8 hangs in the balance. Keep hope alive for that. Thanks for all the blogging and keeping hope alive for all of us. Obama should put you in his cabinet. or make you ambassador to the UK.

GAV
jaxx said…
just like GAV, i am crying.

the only other time i cried over an election, the "winner" was george bush and the tears were not of joy.

in harlem, horns were blaring and people were shouting still, when i went to sleep around 2am.
Lisa Allender said…
Hi Coll and everyone:
GOOD GOOD MORNING!
I'm so glad we could all be a part of this campaign. The American people rose to this, and we should all be so proud. My arm is sore from "Obama-bumping", and "fist-pumping" out the window of pal Danny M.'s car. We kept hitting the horn, and I kept shouting to everyone we saw "Obama, Obama."
There was so much chanting of his name, it began to sound like a ballad of sorts....
What a spectacular night for the United States of America! And what hope for our relationship with the world!
Rupert said…
my fav Kushner line from Angels is (approx) " . . . the Cracker who wrote the Star Spangled Banner got it right by putting the word *free* on a note so high nobody can ever hit it . . "
but today that line is a lot less true . . . woo-hoo!!!
stacebro said…
What a night!! I loved Eugene Robinson tearing up and saying, "Now when I tell my son he can be anything he wants to be, it will actually be true."
Emily A. Benton said…
yes yes yes!!!
- and here in England also, people are raising a glass in celebration.
christine said…
Reading your headline, and seeing this poster, gives me shivers all over again, and brings those dad gum tears to my eyes. What joy! And he mentioned everyone in his acceptance speech, all of us, together. We can be one, and with Barack's help, we will be. It's wonderful to come here and see the cheer, the the good news.

I read your following post, about prop 8. Let me know what I can do to help counteract this kind of discrimination. It worries me. On a personal note, my sister, a lesbian, single, adopted a baby girl from Guatemala, who is now three. It scares me to think someone might try to take the baby away from her. I heard that some states are working on banning adoption rites for gays and lesbians. Absolutely criminal.
Maggie May said…
I cried and we popped the champagne! What a fucking BEAUTIFUL moment!!!

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