Wednesday, November 5, 2008

WOW WOW WOW

WOW WOW WOW WOW WOW









WOW WOW WOW WOW WOW

10 comments:

Anthrophile said...

Uncross those fingers, baby, WE DID IT!

(Still can't believe it. Still crying.)

Martina said...

I am so happy about this!!!

dr. filomena said...

Congratulations to Obama and his supporters. Here's hoping to the best for the future. For the US and the world as such!

PS I object to the label "Africa" in this context ;)

Camille Acey said...

@dr.fil - the first thing i saw when i turned on the television this morning was people in kenya dancing in the streets. i didn't see obama, i didn't see any poll numbers, i didn't see black americans even....i saw africans. my heart lept. i, too, am the american borne child of an african (my mother is from ghana, mind you), and this is undoubtedly a proud day for africans around the world. "africa" stays.

pirancafe said...

An astounding day I and the entire world will never forget!

Camille Acey said...

@piran - ....and now we are safe from a bunch of disgruntled american "boat people" washing up on our showers! whew!

Carlitos said...

Truly a day that will be remembered in history.

Let's hope they'll only allow Obama to rule... but if they don't, the precedent is set.

Today pigs fly.

Lisa said...

@ camille re piran:

no doubt! i don't think Canada could have coped, had McPalin won. ;)

Maja said...

It's amazing what this exceptional man has achieved. I hope those who cannot accept his victory for whatever reason give him a fair chance. He really is something special! By the way Camille, I saw this picture and thought of showing it to you - http://images.trademe.co.nz/photoserver/15/79991615_full.jpg

Camille Acey said...

@Maya - Thanks! I shared that picture with some friends. So great!