Let's Make Robots!

On my way to save the World...

I am once again proud to be an American. Sorry about the last 8 years, guys. I truly belive now we will be a force for good.

America, where we solve problems through thought, logic and ingenuity -just like robot builders.

 

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Ehi!!

 So we are 3 !!!

Wow!

Now still remain 58.999.997 italian peoples.... :(

 

Even in Mantova! :) me!

Nicola said: ould you export democracy to my country and get rid of this these criminals??  

:) 

Nicola!

Really exist someone in Venezia that don't like mister B?

unbelievable... ;)

i'm so happy for america! thanks guys!

of course italian prime minister didn't waited, and showed everybody how much an asshole he is:

 http://www.ansa.it/site/notizie/awnplus/english/news/2008-11-06_106283018.html 

Please Obama, could you export democracy to my country and get rid of this criminal?? :P 

I just hope he lives up to all the promises he made. The problem is the President doesn't MAKE laws. He only signs them into law once passed to him via Congress. Congress needs to get off their fat lazy butts and get to work as well.
100 years ago this was the case, yeah, but the role of the president has changed drastically, especially with FDR.  The president has much more power than originally intended.
 
The same thing happened in Rome.   Hmm .... 

I am relieved that Obama won.

Although it is a pity he stole the "yes we can" slogan from Bob the Builder (http://www.bobthebuilder.com/usa/index.asp?origref=) without giving proper credit!

Obama's speech last night brought me to tears.  As the camera panned over the enormous cheering crowd, flags of red, white, and blue waved in the air above their heads.  I have of course known the American flag my whole life, but as I watched it dance in the wind I could have sworn it looked different ... renewed.  Obama has made me proud of this country ... it's a pride I've never felt so strongly before.

Needless to say, I am excited to be a part of the next four years.  Excited really doesn't cut it, though.  The American people are ready to move on and become a new nation; a beacon of hope and a symbol of responsibility and tolerance in the world.  Obama embodies that change.  It's time to move on from this nation's past 8 years and, as Chris said, save the world.  :)

... or at least make it suck less.  That's not really asking much given its current state. 

in a way, his speech reminded me of a  quote  when he talked about changing our current ways...

 This quote seemed timeless...sorry if it sounds preachy...

"We will see, how very important it is to bring about, in the human mind, the radical revolution. The crisis is a crisis in consciousness. A crisis that cannot, anymore, accept the old norms, the old patterns, the ancient traditions. And, considering what the world is now, with all the misery, conflict, destructive brutality, aggression, and so on... Man is still as he was. Is still brutal, violent, aggressive, acquisitive, competitive, And, he's built a society along these lines."

circa 1960
- J. Krishnamurti