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Nicole C, Fayetteville, AR
What does Obama's victory mean to you? Everything is possible if we believe and include -- if we listen & raise our voices.
What should we do next? Commit to service.
john b, New York, NY
What does Obama's victory mean to you? It means there is always hope that things can be better than they are now. It is a destiny waiting to be fullfilled. A magnificent time in history for humankind.
What should we do next? Support him so he can get started on his first priority.
John W, University Park, PA
What does Obama's victory mean to you? America can rebuild after 8 years of extremely costly mistakes.
What should we do next? Strong Cabinet, with the best experts, from both parties. Clean up the mess, and return Clinton's Surplus.
andre d, sedona, AZ
What does Obama's victory mean to you? I stand with you on this new day, feeling some hope for our future, my kids, my grandkids, my friends, we all can get a better nights sleep tonight. I have always been proud to be an American but now is my proudest moment. Now all we have to do is allow this brilliant "community organizer" to show us the way and then we all need to work our asses off to get there.
What should we do next? make sure he succeeds by each and everyone of us contributing our time as a volunteer in some way to help his vision become reality
Laura D, Chapel Hill, NC
What does Obama's victory mean to you? It was an amazing process to canvass, hold up signs, call people, and come together with wonderful people in an effort to elect President Obama.
What should we do next? Focus on the environment!!!
Lorissa F, Albany, CA
What does Obama's victory mean to you? We have taken our country back!! We did it..all of us, working together, made a difference!!
What should we do next? We need to keep working together to solve the immense problems this country faces..
Joseph C, Staten Island, NY
What does Obama's victory mean to you? This is not just Obama's Victory, It Americas Victory. We may spout a lot of rhetoric about our society but actions speak louder than words. We want change , we want to move into the fture that the rest of the developped world already occupies. YAY for all of US!!! Hooray For OBAMA!
What should we do next? Lets not celebrate too much ,. let be aware that there is a long road ahead. We must stay vigilant and involved. Write your representative about the executive orders that Bush is ramming through to further damage the envirorment and womens reproductive rights.
Karlla B, Lancaster, PA
What does Obama's victory mean to you? It really means that my children will grow up in a world where they knew their mother made a choice for change, thinking of them and the future of their generation. It means overcoming the scars of the past to elect a truly noble and gracious man, a true role model for all in this great land.
What should we do next? The spirit of community and sacrifice that was elemental to his campaign needs to continue now that the hard work truly awaits us all. We need to continue to be involved and informed, and continue to use our voices to see real change take place.
Wendy L, , CA
What does Obama's victory mean to you? The Obama/Biden victory: Pride. Hope. Relief. Security. Community. Unification. Understanding. Validation. Support. Recovery. Healing. I am proud to have supported, volunteered, and participated in the Obama/Biden campaign, Wendy Lee
What should we do next? Continue to support him. Continue to work together. Continue to believe that our country can recover and heal and grow.
Cathy A, St Louis PRk, MN
What does Obama's victory mean to you? We moved into a house two years ago whose owners left behind an American flag. I am so proud today to fly this flag for the first time, and proud to be an American. See the attached picture of our flag flying over the Obama/Biden sign. Cathy Avery Sioux Falls, SD
What should we do next? We should use this amazing volunteer network to start tackling some major problems - volunteering on the reservations, creating quality childcare centers with volunteers for those who can't afford such a luxury, offering tutoring to underprivledged students. The list goes on and on - we want to stay involved and to make a difference. If we are proud to be Americans today, and if the world views us with new respect, we need to continue to earn this respect through our commitment to change.
Ruby H, Tallahassee, FL
What does Obama's victory mean to you? The Democratic Rappers had as much power in Rap, as was the norm with the civil and women rights movement, the marches and the threats of boycotts. The "Wrap Up the Vote" organization was formed after researching the strengths of the recent youth movement and being willing to concede that the baton must be passed on from the "Baby Boomers" to the newest power. "the Hip Hop Culture". The Democratic Rappers has the beat of the heart rhythm with the true message of the injustice going on worldwide. The rappers had the Economic Empowerment to back up this movement. The Democratic Rappers leaned towards the Democratic Party to rally our support by moving to the nation front with Senator Barack Obama – Now our president of these United States. Please check us ourt Performing “Obama In The House” also visit our web site. Yes We Did.
What should we do next? Keep supporting President Obama. We have four years maybe Eight.
Catherine P, Mill Valley, CA
What does Obama's victory mean to you? The hope and promise of this election is seen in the faces of Americans, in faces all over the world. There is a freshness in our outlook and new chapter being written in American history. At the same time, there is resolve. We are ready to go to work, to stay at work for our country, under the leadership, FINALLY, sound leadership of Barack Obama.During every phone call I made, from my friend's home, from my living room, from the Democratic headquarters, I thought of my 5th grade students and of my 2 year old granddaughter. They will now have a globally respected, 21st Century President, Yes We Will!
What should we do next? Keep us informed about ways to stay involved. This powerful network can move mountains!
Elenna S, Ny, NY
What does Obama's victory mean to you? The election of Barack Obama is extraordinary. As a man with conviction, eloquence, determination and intelligence, he represents our best hope for solving the problems of our present and moving forward to the future we want for our children, trusting him to lead us to a more peaceful world, a more healthy planet, and a more functional government. Symbolically, Obama represents the triumph of our ideals over our fear and of our ambition over our pettiness, racism and bigotry. In Obama we trust.
What should we do next? He spoke of the sacrifices and investments in the future that we will have to make. Make them we must.
Charis F, Pflugerville, TX
What does Obama's victory mean to you? Now that this leap of monumental import has been taken, I feel like my 17 month old grandson will be able to grow up not knowing or feeling the effects of a deep and often ugly level of racial discord like I grew up surrounded by in Texas small towns. For this forward movement toward tolerance and decency, I am exceedingly grateful.
What should we do next? Stay informed. Continue to maintain and educate this amazing network of caring and involved individuals. Keep hot issues in our mainstream daily lives by providing email updates, announcements and/or alarms as necessitated by circumstances. With a voting block this large, our collective voice was definitely heard, and as of this moment will be listened to and regarded as a force with which to be reckoned. The real work is only now beginning.
Diedre c, San Pedro, CA
What does Obama's victory mean to you? This election meant that I was in control of my future and my voice was heard. Barack Obama made people feel proud to be an American, that dreams can come true. I am honored to be a part of this hiostorical event and his election. I enjoyed volunteering on his campaign and will be committed to helping him while he is President. I thank him for being the hope we need. I am proud of our country, we did it.