Wednesday edition - November 5, 2008
World celebrates Barack Obama victory
Pakistan tells next US leader to stop attacks
African-Americans Glimpse 'Promised Land'
It's going to be wonderful to have a president who can form a complete sentence.
The-World-Is-A-Safer-Place-Without George W. Bush
Iraq: No hasty change in US policy with Obama win The Associated Press
Gen. Petraeus gets an earful from Pakistanis Seattle Times
Russia blames US for Georgia war BBC News
Russian President Dmitry
Medvedev pledged on Wednesday to
new missiles near Poland's border in response to U.S. plans for an anti-missile
system and proposed extending the presidential term to six years from four.
cannot win the fight against terrorism with air strikes. This is my first demand
of the new President of the United States - to put an end to civilian
casualties.” - President Karzai of Afghanistan
Subject: US Elections
Work basically has ground to a halt here in the office, all are busy checking the election results and giving opinions on the resounding victory of The People vs The President on a String (and no, we are NOT some American company). Everybody is heaving a BIG sigh of relief here that this dark page will soon be turned.
You have done a great job over the last 8 years keeping us informed about the the situation on the ground. We do not make ourselves any illusions, things are not over, things are only starting. We from Old Europe count on you to keep your sharpest ear & eye on this 'New America', to make sure New America keeps it's eye on the ball and Old America does not sneak back in through the backdoor.
This must go right !!
Thank you for such a lovely email, Old Europe! Deep curtsy.
It's been a dirty job but some one had to do it.
When I began this website eight years ago I felt the Internet was the future for all forms of communication and would make the world a smaller place. I still am awed at the emails I receive from around the world. I am thrilled I can email my son who is now studying in China. I am honored to produce this website.
Knowledge is power and the American people finally saw Bush and the Republicans for what they are --- irresponsible boobs.
Now we will have the intelligentsia back in the White House instead of "Good job, Brownie" types running our government.
Thank you for your generous donation and words of support.
Barack Obama is wasting no time getting ready to take over the White House 76
days from today - with two wars raging and an economic crisis clogging his
Fresh off his historic triumph, he may quickly unveil the leaders of his transition team - all of whom have been working anonymously for weeks
Subject: We've won!
No more preaching
No more crooks
No more Bush's dirty looks!
Hey, Jeff! Bush has left more than dirty looks, he's left plenty of dirt and now Obama has the broom.
Sarah Palin 2012 - You Betcha!
Even in defeat, John McCain bequeathed an invaluable gift to his running mate, Sarah Palin: the national prominence that could allow her to compete for the GOP's presidential nomination in 2012.
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Republicans manage to hold slim majority in Texas Legislature Dallas Morning News, TX
“I’m so excited because Obama shares our town’s name. But even if the town was called McCain I would still support Barack Obama.” - Masayo Ishibashi, a 44-year-old dancer in Obama, Japan
Election Unleashes a Flood of Hope Around the World New York Times
Kenya declares holiday for Obama BBC News
Obama supporters celebrate: 'Yes we did!' Los Angeles Times
Democratic majorities stronger, tougher
An Obama Bonanza, and Fey's Heyday
US votes on abortion and gay marriage International Herald Tribune
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Oil Prices Fall More Than Two Percent KARK, Little Rock
I am speechless. I was crying tears of joy all night. No words can express how proud I am to be an American right now. To see black, white, Asian, Hispanic…people of all colors and creeds coming together - crying, celebrating. What a powerful speech by Obama. What a respectful speech from McCain. I have HOPE!
(although, I AM going to miss Maverick Palin!) LOL
Take care and thank you for these years of humor. Are you going to continue with the site?
We're free at last! Free at last!
I cried too.
Are you saying goodbye?
The last fundraiser of 2008 will determine if All Hat No Cattle continues.
I am at your service as long as I'm wanted.
Nobel winner Saramago urges Obama to close Guantanamo Monsters and Critics.com
Fox Defending Free Speech? No, The World Hasn't Ended
For the first time in 30
years, the Supreme Court took up the issue of indecency on television and radio
broadcasts Tuesday, and its leading conservatives made clear they would like to
uphold an official crackdown on the use of expletives during daytime and early
the Fox TV network, Washington
lawyer Carter G. Phillips urged the court to think twice before allowing the FCC
policy to go into effect. "At the end of the day, you are regulating the content
of the speech," he said.
For McCain campaign, columnist writes, Cheney endorsement was just one more disaster Dallas Morning News, TX
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U.S. Army Sgt. Kyle
Whalen, 22, from Plover, Wis., playfully taps his helmet with an Iraqi boy's
donated toy football helmet during a visit to the boy's school in Mosul, 360
kilometers (225 miles) northwest of Baghdad, Iraq on Wednesday, Nov. 5, 2008.
Iraqi Army troops donated school supplies to children who attend the school.