Monday, February 4, 2008

Super Tuesday - What Will You Do??

Well bloggers this Super Tuesday will be a day of history making events. The first Woman or the first African-American could take the democratic seat. Do you know what you will do? Think about it and make an informed choice. Don't vote out of pressure, or obligation. Vote based on the issues, policies, and lifestyles that best fits yours.

Check out this you tube video. Whether you vote for Obama or not (I am still undecided) you have to admit this is a pretty darn good video...


16 People Saying Something!

Rosemarie 05 February, 2008 10:24

Everyone needs to vote and let there voice be heard by doing so.

This is a great video and certainly brimming with words that many Americans have been echoing daily.

I myself find this election to be critical, and will be voting on a candidate who best shares my principles.

Kellan 05 February, 2008 16:31

That's a great video - he is a great man!!! I can't wait to see what happens - I think he is going to win the nomination and he will also be our next President - that is what I think! Have great day. Kellan

jjbrock 05 February, 2008 17:09

Regina this is a great clip. He is bringing out a lot of young people.

Pam 05 February, 2008 18:23

Thanks for sharing this great clip. You keep me thinking! Thanks!

Shelia 06 February, 2008 01:13

I've got to wait until next Tuesday, but you can bet your bottom dollar that I know what to do!!

MrsGrapevine 06 February, 2008 11:52

I'm glad you took your daughter to vote. My mom use to take me, sometimes when I wanted to skip she would drag my butt out of the house and take me to the polls. I miss her for that, but obviously she is up above encouraging me to vote and to go a step beyond.

Melanie 06 February, 2008 13:45

Definitely a great clip.

Shana 07 February, 2008 08:11
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Shana 07 February, 2008 11:07

I heard about this video last night on the news. I am glad to have found it here on you you blog. I don't talk much about politics with my blogging community, (I don't want to ruin any of the friendships that I have made) but since you brought it up... I am still undecided myself. (My vote was going to go to John Edwards until he dropped out.) I plan on doing some digging around to get a firm stance before the OH primary. But what an awesome time to be an American. A woman or an African-American could be president! WOW!! I am so happy that my kids will not have to hear the conversations that I heard growing up... "This country will never see a (woman and/or African- American) president" My boys will SEE it! I hope that Obama and Hillary can run on the ticket together after the dust settles. I feel that together they could and will change the US. And Lord knows we need change!!!

freetofly 07 February, 2008 13:10

To answer what I will do...pray, and vote, and pray some more. Then when the dust settles, pray some more, bc whoever we have is who is OUR President, and we must pray, and continue to each make our voice heard in the ways that we each have opportunity and influence. We all have a certain amount, And one day we will answer before God for what we did with that influence.

My blog isn't for politics. God has called others for that, me for something else.

BUT, politics, I think about them daily, and pray often. Not being informed, not voting, is just shameful.

That's all I got! :)

I appreciate your desire to be true to what God has called you to! You rock, Regina!

peace,
Maria

Marcus LANGFORD 07 February, 2008 18:57

While I would be happy if either of the Democratic make it into office, I can not help but really want Obama to be in there; I really feel he would make changes for the better.

Go Obama!

Marcus LANGFORD
I'm A KEEN! Member

Kristi 08 February, 2008 09:23

It's funny...I posted this clip on my blog a few days ago. Now that scary Romney is gone, I have pretty high hopes going into this election.

theblackactor.com 08 February, 2008 14:44

I made my decision at the very end, but I did vote.

Chrissy 08 February, 2008 19:51

I absolutely love this video. Saw it for the first time a couple days ago and I swear I could watch it over and over again and get chills every time.

tAnYeTTa 14 February, 2008 01:23

you know what happened the day i took my son with me to vote :)

Ana 17 February, 2008 13:19

Powerful!

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