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personally, i can't wait for the result - i have a post lined up to celebrate it, whichever one it is
Great election haiku :)
thanks for the comment, mediterranean kiwi. :)same here. i do wonder who will win. will be watching my widget anxiously.
thanks for the comment, jodapoet. :)glad you liked it. :)
I have never thought my vote would be truly valuable until this year. 10 hours till the polls open...
In time for the elections! Obama for me!The world is really watching - because many countries are depend on US's success!
yes, I'd definitely be voting if I was in the US.btw, I've given you a blog award, come over to my blog to find out more...
Good advice! I am in England so there is no vote for me, but I just hope it does not divide people up to much.
and it's high time, too, this campaign was over!it's tedious!
great widget - i can find out the results as well as read a haiku - two birds with the one stone!
I love your election day haiku. Wonderful!
Dear kouji, Your haiku on Obama/McCain election hits home for me as I live in the US. I support Obama, and have been volunteering for his campaign for over 4 months now! I would like you to read my latest post at http://lori-recoveringstrokesurvivor.blogspot.com/ I have a surprise waiting there for you.Fondly, Lori
Good Haiku. I am glad the election is over.
thanks for the comment, janet. :)indeed. i have never voted. but i think i will be voting in the coming election over here.
thanks for the comment, tsannie. :)indeed. :)
thanks for the comment, gem. :)indeed. same here. in this more interconnected world, at times, we rise or fall together.
thanks for the comment, crafty green poet. :)same here. thanks very much for the award. :) will head over to your blog soon. :)
thanks for the comment, art and poetry. :)indeed. there will be divisions, i'm sure. and that is one of the wonderful things about democracies for me, that people are free to disagree, for the reasons they value.i look forward to seeing how this next administration will try to seek common ground. and move things forward on certain key items.
thanks for the comment, polona. :)indeed. it's been quite a long, and sometimes emotional campaign. i did enjoy following it though. and at times, i actually found it, corny i know, inspiring and uplifting. :)
thanks for the comment, mediterranean kiwi. :)indeed. :) will be taking down the widget shortly. cumbersome thing. :)
thanks for the comment, web-betty. :)am glad you like it. :)
thanks for the comment, lori cordeiro. :)i have a tremendous amount of respect for you, for volunteering so much of your time for that campaign. you must be very proud. :)i'll swing by your blog soon. :)
thanks for the comment, undercover-princess. :)indeed. i did enjoy the ride though. :)
This is so sad. They are both boobs and aren't going to change anything. I wish we could get a 3rd party candidate that actually wants change enough exposure to make a difference.
that was a historic election, no doubt!and i believe the people of America did the most what they could...wishes!devika
thanks for the comment, adam. :)i feel that some change has already happened. more people are excited about politics. and with this greater enthusiasm will hopefully come greater vigilance. :)
thanks for the comment, devika. :)a historic election indeed. :)
Thanks for coming by Eco-Office Gals. Great poem for a great election! Thanks!
thanks for the comment, jennifer smith. :)was indeed a great election. :)
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