In 2009, President Barrack Obama came to office and didn’t hesitate to open up to his fans. He honored Kids Wish Network Wish Kid, 12-year-old Ta’Kiyah, with her wish-come-true! In 2007, Ta’Kiyah’s doctors discovered a malignant tumor on her brain. President Obama took the time to speak with her and admire the scrapbook she brought him of her photos, special certificates, and report cards.
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Yes, the publishing industry is reeling these days, but surely authors surely can find less disruptive ways to promote their newly published works than hauling off and throwing a copy at the president of the United States.
But you know what they say: There's no such thing as bad publicity. Something like that thought probably crossed the mind of the unidentified man who link at a rally at Philadelphia's Vernon Park over the weekend. Mark Knoller...
I am emotionally exhausted. And my faith in humanity is dwindling. And that is a huge thing for me, as a humanitarian, to say.
I started the debate spot on Fanpop years ago because I believed that people from all sides of a controversial issue had something intelligent to say about it. I believe that dissent is what makes progress. And I have written articles upon articles on this belief of mine. Including an article about link (and no, I was not being snide)....
Imagine you having all the abundance in the world, imagine you in charge of the flow of wellbeing, not just yours but even more - the whole humanity.
What is one person as individual representing in this world, what did Obama bring to this world, one man, he brought hope to humanity.
What can 1 person do, can you change the whole world or at least one persons life?
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I was up this morning at 3:OOam to watch the anuguration of American President Barack Obama. I was eagerly glued to my television set and watched in awe the hundreds of thousands of people that turned up in Washington in sub zero temperatures to watch the anuguration of Barack Obama.
I am not an American. I am an Australian, living in Australia. Unless my circumstances changes drastically, President Obama will never be MY president but I am so happy for him - and for America.
The coverage here in Australia was unbelievable!
you want change? really? well maybe, instead of sitting on your ass watching America taking one baby step to the Left and passing it off as a fucking revolution, you should do what these people are doing and make real change.
Irwin Cotler - Law Professor, Constitutional and Comparative Law Scholar, International Human Rights Lawyer, Counsel to prisoners of conscience, NGO Head, Public Intellectual, Community Leader and Peace Activist, Member of Parliament, and Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada
I cannot tell a lie, and I'm happy to announce that tomorrow will be Barack Obama's inaguration as the 1st african american to take the presidency. We all have high hopes on Barack,but we'll see if he's up to the challenge to run a country. I can tell you that even I will be waiting on the time to change. It may not come in a month, or the first year, but I can assure Barack will try his best. Although it may not be enough. And in the worst case scenerio, I can tell you that if it doesn't work out with him as president, I and probably everyone will vote for the republican party.
I think it is a good thing that Barack Obama became the first African American president. I am not sure what point he was at when he chose a Republican VP but do you think Biden pushed this idea because he didn't think Obama would make it very long? One thing I don't like about how the polls turned out is the reason a lot of people voted. People that have never voted came out to vote for Obama. Why? Just because he was an African American. They could care less about what he believes and what he is about, as long as he was a black president. I have never seen so many people lied up for an...
Where are the Benghazi survivors? This is the question on everyone's mind and U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham wants the answer. On Thursday, he met with House leaders in hopes they would subpoena survivors of . . .