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Monday, January 26, 2009
"It's beyond the dream. We're just here feeling it with the throngs of people. It's amazing grace personified." - Oprah

"I pledge to be a servant to our President and to all mankind because together we can, together we are, and together we will be the change that we seek." - Ashton Kutcher and other celebrities

"Born Again American"

2 comments:

steve martin said...

It's really sickening.

The cult of personality is in full swing.

Chris A said...

I said this before, and I'm not about to back down now. This reminds me of Hitler's rise to power. I'm not saying Obama is a Nazi; in fact, I think his ethnicity would disqualify him. I am saying that he is a hyper-charismatic leader arising in a time of crisis. And so far, he has been above criticism. This coupled with his celebrity makes him a potentially dangerous man. People are literally treating him like a god, calling him "savior". This is very unhealthy for any nation.

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