Wednesday, November 05, 2008

CHANGE

Thank you, American people, for this wonderful night! People all around the world got so excited about your choice.

The new president has always emphasizing the word "CHANGE." I'd say, it is Obama himself that changed in a better way. When he announced he'd run for the election campaign, he looked immature as the next president. He has always been criticized for lack of experience. Hillary would often say that they should choose the one who is more than ready on the Day 1 of her inauguration. During this long long election campaign, Obama seemed to have intensively learned enough to be ready on the Day 1.

American president is not the only one that will decide the country's policy. There should be many experts around him. The most important factor to be the leader is charisma. Obama does have one. People are mesmerized by his words, and his words have a great influence on uniting American people. As some commentator said he is not only the representative for Democrats or black people, but for people who didn't vote for him, all races, all generations, men and women... in short American.



What concerns me is how the relationship between the U.S and Japan might change. Japanese people love something new. He doesn't have to do anything so he will garner popularity. He is already super popular here, especially in a city called Obama. There are already OBAMA girls (they call themselves obama "girls," but are they really girls??) dancing hula when they heard that Obama was elected.



By the way, my post looks so boring without Anderson's picture. You need to see at least one new picture?

2 comments:

anne said...

Tuesday night was amazing....

I have never seen a reaction like that,it went all over the world....

Obama seems like an incredilby inspiring man....

mio said...

I like that when Obama said America has never been more hopeful than before. He will change America and relationship with international society at any cost.