Monday, October 15, 2007

Obama, don't give up

Mr. Obama, I am glad you have decided to run. You recently just joined the senate, and it would be risky for you to run, because you know they say you have limited experience. Yet, you decided to run and expressed the thoughts/ideas that Americans need to hear.

Politics is tough. Many people may have similar ideas as yours but don't have the courage to run because once you get into the political arena, people will say mean things about you to get you out of the way. It's the nature of the game - to win.

I do hope the people will choose you to lead this country. Although you are young and black, you have showed wisdom and good judgment. If in the event the people do not choose you, I hope you continue with the movement, to bring change to this country. Don't give up just because you are not elected. You have many supporters around you.

Look at Al Gore. He has a message to bring to world. Although he didn't get the presidency, he continued on with his message, risking being ridiculed, and now the world seems to get the message. Al Gore has an important message to bring to the world, and you too have an important message to bring to the world. Don't give up.

Hillary's vote on the Iran situation shows that she has not learned the lesson, so I agree with your statement. Many people criticized you for not being there to vote. What difference would your vote make? An overwhelming number of people vote along with Hillary. But it's good that you speak out.

Congress vote on the Armenian issue is another thing. Why make an issue over this? Why antagonize living people like this? The Armenians are dead a long time ago? Would they want us to fight each other over them?

Congress has more important matters to deal with than what to label some activities that happened a long time ago and risked antagonizing another country.


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