• YOUR NEW PRESIDENT STILL WORKING: Oh, CNBC’s guy in Chicago says Barack Obama is still thanking supporters at Grant Park in Chicago, slowly moving through the crowds and tents. But you knew he would do that.
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  1. BTW, there is a huge crowd in downtown Seattle. Chanting, hugging. I hung out and watched them and asked soem bike cops if everything was OK (there were a LOT of helicopters overhead). No violence, of course, just joy. I even talked to the Fox News crew, and THEY were so happy to be a part of the whole thing. THAT is saying something.

  2. All of New York City is currently in a state of euphoria. Spontaneous cheering on the subway and at every stop on my way back from the final GOTV phonebank/after-party in Chelsea. Random strangers hugging and high-fiving, people crying openly, cats and dogs lying together, etc. The after-party had old folks and young, people of every hue and color coming together in a moment of celebration.

    John McCain’s speech was received graciously by this hardcore Obama crowd – quite a few rounds of applause. The only boos were heard when he mentioned Sarah Palin. We elitist liberals really, really hate that woman.

  3. [re=166392]Lascauxcaveman[/re]: You will not be laughing when your Glorious New Leader singles you our for his Re-Education Program in the Alaskan Gulag for mocking the Revolutionary People’s First Lady. Also, a new memo to be circulated tomorrow will instruct all ladies to wear this new red and black Uniform of Hope, as modelled tonight, or face a “formal rebuke” (i.e. firing squad).

  4. [re=166392]Lascauxcaveman[/re]: My theory is that this is her way of saying “No one controls me, not even what I wear, and to prove it I’m wearing something so ugly even Barry won’t fuck me tonight.”

  5. [re=166396]AnnieGetYourFun[/re]: Stop complaining. You all got spontaneous street demonstrations. Tacoma’s so boring. Hell, I didn’t even hear any gunshots tonight.

  6. See, the thing is, the only other time my two sons have seen me cry is when my father died. So, CNN tells me Obama jumps from 220whatever to 290whatever and they call the election for Obama. He’s our new president. And I start crying. And my sons don’t know how to react. I’m sure they thought I was sad at first. But my wife explains to them that I’m happy.

    She knows that my father was a good man, but that his family was a terrible assortment of viciously racist bigots. Who probably have hoods in their closets.

    So I cried. Because today the country I love did a very good thing. And today I can let go a little. Feel a little less ashamed. And cry.

  7. I got a super classy email from our Barry last night, he was like “Toastandlove, we did this. You won this for me. I wanted to email you and thank you.” and I was like “I LOVE YOU TOO BARRY, your infographics say what your words cannot…”

  8. [re=166508]Datsun510[/re]:

    I was crying last night, too. We’re recapturing what America is.

    My elderly Mom called this morning, also crying. Happy that Hopey got elected, that the GOP didn’t pull a trick in the 11th hour, and talking about how Hopey is like Jack Kennedy. In our house, the Kennedy boys were like family, people like us who were smart with good hearts and were trying to do the right thing. The end of the call was sad, though, she’s praying that the Secret Service takes good care of Hopey and that evil doesn’t win again.

    I love my Mom and I’m happy that Hopey won.

  9. Because he’s the coolest president evah!

    I OTOH am a little bummed, because both my state assembly went republican. You’d have to go back to Reconstruction to find both houses in the Tennessee General Assembly controlled by the Repubs.


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