Goethe wrote, “In all things it is better to hope than to despair.” We chose hope with Barack Obama’s election to the highest office in the land. After years of being stuck in a quagmire of dishonesty and negativity, it is like spring to have a positive force in the White House. A great office needs a great person, and in Obama, we fortunately have one who acts with grace, compassion, and composure. To navigate us through this difficult time, we need a figure who can garner respect throughout the world – not just in moneyed circles but in the furthest reaches of the world. For more of my thoughts on the politics of the day, visit my blog at the Huffington Post.
Posted November 6, 2008 | 02:26 PM (EST)
It’s been a long time coming, this resurrection of hope and excitement in America, and around the world. I’ve been inundated with calls and emails from all over the world celebrating the direction our country has taken. In this global age, when it is possible for a small village in… Read Post