Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Welcome To The White House Mr. President!

Welcome to the White House Mr. President!
Today marks such a momentous day in history! Today an African-American male of mixed lineage was sworn in as the President of the United States.
Barack Hussein Obama was sworn in as the 44th President of the United States. For the first time in the history of the United States a man that is not of the Caucasian persuasion will hold the highest political office in this country.
A man who had his lineage questioned, his citizenship questioned, his integrity questioned, as well as his loyalties questioned has stepped into the position of Commander and Chief.
A country with a questionable background which includes racism, segregation, and prejudice has now spoken up for change. A change that will be noted in history books from now until the end of times. A change for a country that is on the brink of destruction or restoration.
A change that is much needed.

I pray that President Barack Obama's hand is guided by God and that he and his family are protected and blessed as according to God's word.


God Bless America!
God Bless The Obamas!
God Bless Us All!




17 People Saying Something!

♫Musique's Prodigy♫ 20 January, 2009 15:19

I am beaming with pride on today. Words really cannot express how I feel.

Michelle 20 January, 2009 15:54

what an exciting time for our country. I watched the inauguration and I was full of emotion. It brought me to tears, happy tears of course. What a great day in America. Thanks so much for sharing.

RevvyRev 20 January, 2009 16:35

It is great to savor the moment, but with the recognition that Satan departs only for a season and will return at a more opportune time. But I am presently rejoicing.

melanie 20 January, 2009 16:51

Definitely an exciting day. As I was watching today I was thinking that Obama will be the first president that Hailey will remember. An example of how have come so far.

Christine B 20 January, 2009 20:13

I had a HUGE grin on my face and butterflies as he took his oath.

clnmike 20 January, 2009 20:21

I am still numb by it......or it could be from the cold outside.

Divamom 20 January, 2009 23:47

This was a historic day that I'm glad my children will always remember!

Believer 1964 21 January, 2009 01:53

It was a day to remember for various reasons and I'm thankful to witness it.

Praying for the President!

Torrance Stephens - All-Mi-T 21 January, 2009 10:27

what a historic day

Keith 21 January, 2009 11:32

Hey Regina!

Truly a remarkable day, the likes of which I doubt I will ever see again in my lifetime...

Villager 21 January, 2009 12:46

Happy America! Your prayer was on time. Today it is up to each of us to do our part. No more excuses. Take responsibility for our situation and make it better.

I invite your blog readers to smile at this photo of Barack Obama tearing up some fried fish in much the same way we hope he will tear up our current recession.

peace, Villager

survivor 21 January, 2009 15:18

Today is the day (well yesterday) ...that we ALL finally can say we have COME TO AMERICA!

right on!

Hey Shae! 21 January, 2009 16:08

It was such a wonderful service. I'm not surprised though that the media is picking at him for the flub in the speech today... I knew they'd try to pick something to fuss about. Too bad for them though he's still the most charismatic president to date. :-)

overanalyzeit 21 January, 2009 16:37

It's still sinking in for me. I'm elated and excited for both Barack and the four AA females on the world stage that will now project positive images of AA women worldwide.

Dori 22 January, 2009 05:57

What a glorious day! :)

Sharon Brumfield 23 January, 2009 17:30

I have to say that I am happy already for the unity that this change has made. I too pray that hand of God will be on the president and his family.

I pray this will be the beginning of great things for our nation.

Sandra Carvalho 24 January, 2009 15:42

Yay!Way to go America!
God bless you all!
xoxo

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