The death of idealism…

In the age of cynicism and sarcasm… in the dawn of realism… we have lost something very important, we have lost hope, we have lost faith in ourselves, we have lost idealism!

We need more people to ask “why not?”  We need more leaders to vote for what is right for the people instead of appeasing lobbyists or just stating “that’s the way it is…“.  What he may lack in “experience” he makes up for in a vision of the way it should be… Barak Obama brings that sense of hope, a hope that America can be great again… a hope that says… “Yes we can.”

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1 Response to “The death of idealism…”


  1. 1 bobbyjones March 2, 2008 at 7:47 pm

    Awesome – I love it! Yes, we can. Yes, we can. Yes, we can.

    Frank Rich hits the nail on the head as writes in today’s NYT, “His upbeat notion of a yes-we-can national mobilization for the common good, however sacharine, speaks to the pride and idealism of Americans who are bone-weary of a patriotism defined exclusively by flag lapel pins, the fear of terrorism and the prospect of perpetual war.”


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