Freedom - Be Inspired Real American Stories - One Nation United!


We need someone like a Kennedy or a Reagan that have the ability to rally the American people to get involved with a third party movement. It's our hope as Americans to have a government of the people and by the people, but Americans have to often let the "Few" be their voice of how America will be governed. It will take a movement like the Obama election campaign, to drive the American people to get involved at the grassroots level to build an affective third party in America. The way many politicans in the current two party system are governing our country, we must personally get involved within our current elected officials to express our views for "Change"! Until we have a leaders that can make America the land that our fore fathers declared independence in 1776, we must support the people, that support the Constitution, as our early ancestories did. My hope is that Barack Obama will be that kind of leader, only time will tell.

Freedom - Be Inspired Real American Stories - One Nation United!

Through the Internet we are learning about and communicating with people of different nations, with different languages and different races throughout the world. Bringing the world closer with understanding and knowledge can only benefit all nations. We invite all nations to celebrate with Americans online with your Real American Stories - One Nation United : Freedom - Be Inspired Real American Stories - One Nation United!

Tell us your story and the issues that matter most to you. Share with us your concerns and hopes. – the policies you want to see carried out in the next four years.

"I ask you to believe - not just in my ability to bring about change, but in yours. I know this change is possible…because in this campaign, I have had the privilege to witness what is best in America. I've seen it in lines of voters that stretched around schools and churches; in the young people who cast their ballot for the first time, and those not so young folks who got involved again after a very long time. I've seen it in the workers who would rather cut back their hours than see their friends lose their jobs; in the neighbors who take a stranger in when the floodwaters rise; in the soldiers who re-enlist after losing a limb. I've seen it in the faces of the men and women I've met at countless rallies and town halls across the country, men and women who speak of their struggles but also of their hopes and dreams."

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Comment by James Everitt on November 22, 2008 at 11:57pm

As he recalls Nov. 22, 1963, his eyes well up and a few tears stream around the wrinkles on his cheeks. In a faint whisper, he remembers how it seemed that the world stopped turning when President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas.

But Castro is touched even deeper than many — the former Rice Hotel banquet captain served the late president his last dinner the night before.
"It was bizarre," Castro said. "The world was shattered and everything just shut down."

In the subsequent weeks and months, people often asked the hotel staff about Kennedy's brief visit, Castro said. But as time wore on, Castro said generations began to forget how the nation was crippled by Kennedy's assassination. Castro said he couldn't forget if he tried and treasured the moments he spent by the late president's side.

Every year, Castro phones his siblings and reminds them to say a prayer for the fallen president.

"He was my biggest hero," Castro said. "Just seeing him on TV or in a photo was enough to lift your hopes and dreams. Maybe this generation will have that with Mr. Obama."

A hysterical political satire depicting the funeral of the Cuban dictator Fidel Castro. What does George Bush say at his funeral? Who does Donald Rumsfeld bring as his guest? Is Castro dead or alive?

Comment by James Everitt on November 22, 2008 at 2:25pm
Great idea Steven, you need to get with T. Boone Pickens and the Obama transtition team to build a "live" real-time solution to help all Americans be more involved with their organizations and the our government, thanks for your input!
Comment by James Everitt on November 22, 2008 at 12:59pm

I want to make sure you didn't miss today's address from the President-elect, where he lays out a framework to save or create 2.5 million American jobs by 2011.
Watch the President-elect's Weekly Address and share your reaction!

The President-elect has directed the Transition's economic team to develop the details of a plan for a two-year, nationwide effort to strengthen our economy. It will center around jobs rebuilding crumbling roads and bridges, modernizing schools, and making America a leader in alternative energy.

After another week of devastating economic news, it's clearer than ever that dramatic action is needed to chart a new path for our economy that gets jobs and wages growing again.

We will continue to use Obama-Biden Presidential Transition Team website, as a way to keep everyone up to date on the Transition -- including the economic team's progress.



John D. Podesta, Co-Chair
Obama-Biden Presidential Transition Team

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