Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Heartiest Congratulations to Elected President Mr. Barack Obama

Heartiest Congratulations to the newly elected President Mr. Barack Obama.

It is a victory of democracy. Nov 4th has witnessed the greatest turning in of voters to vote. What an amazing response for change ? Very interesting. Hum, the only thing which is constant and consistent is the continuous change. So surprising. And Mr. President has smartly put the reins on that and has inspired Americans.

The elected President has great challenges in the form of recession, global warming, energy crisis, economical issues like job loss,housing,credit cards, international politics etc in front of him and with such excellent support from the country he would definitely be successful. Of course, his stable,genuine,intelligent leadership will definitely be the key factor in this success in coming years.

All the best Mr. President. Wish you success,prosperity, best luck and wish you would bring economical prosperity, success to international peace efforts and better strategic partners in new world order, uplifting to common people lives, improve alternate energy research and help decrease global warming effects.

It has been tough fight between Senator Mr. John McCain who is the honorable American War Hero and Elected President Barack Obama. Mr. John McCain has given a gracious wonderful memorable speech which has been very patriotic, expressing grateful to his supporters and asking to support new president fully. This speech of Mr. John McCain has shown very heroic and great humane politician who is respecting democracy and loving America.

While watching on CNN, Grand Park, Chicago, the crowd is exhilarated and is celebrating, is so much exciting. America is the great country and ultimately it is the victory of Democracy.

Definitely this looks like the beginning of new era in the world history.

Wow...it is really one of the great election to be witnessed !!!

Cheers and Enjoy...


The Logisitician said...

Ditto. As much of a problem that I had with the handling of McCain's campain, he really showed some class with his concession speech. Now that's the John McCain I knew prior to this year.;

The Logistician said...

Ankush, you know, I've been thinking over the last several months, about the essential perceptual difference between the past administration and the current administration. I concluded this morning that it was this: The Bush administration took the position that they knew best, and asked us to leave it up to them, and they told us that they had our best interests in mind. Whether attributable to them or not, our lives seemed to get worse.

The Obama administration has spoken with the citizens and engaged them, not talked down to them. They've communicated that we citizens matter, and that our involvement is needed.

I generated a piece about the my feeling about the new president the day after his election, which you may find to be of interest: