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Slim and Franke

Wednesday, November 05, 2008

RETURN TO FRIENDSHIP

Hopefully today we will rally behind our new President Elect. It is a historic time for our country.

Now back to my November contest. Click here. Today's clue #4. is "Some people like my art work, some think it is hitonious." If you know who invented the word "hitonious" you are headed for the correct blog. The other clues are: 1.) Drawn from a photo of three generations of women. 2.) The photo is in one of the blogger's September posts. 3.) The featured blogger is from Arkansas.


13 comments:

  1. Granny, I think John McCain found himself again last night when he gave his conciliation speech. That was the John McCain I knew when he first decided to run for president. Where had he gone? And, yes, we can and must repair this country togther.

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  2. I like his concession speech very much, Annie; he was very gracious. I really think if he had not chosen Palin, he would have had a better chance.

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  3. It's time to mend fences. If John McCain hadn't stooped to trash talking and hate and left Miss Alaska in Alaska, it would have been a different campaign. NO ONE should EVER let Karl Rove near their campaign.

    McCain's concession speech was excellent.

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  4. Viva Obama! He was not my choice, but he is the Peoples' choice. It was a fair election and I wish him good judgment in all aspects of his administration.

    However, everyone needs to immediately start working to clear up your debt. When the tax increases come, we're all going to come up short.

    Viva all of us!

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  5. I know who the contest is now. I had wondered if that was them but the hair on the 3rd one (short) threw me off.

    We must get behind the president now. He was for change so we'll see what those changes are! Hope they are good ones and not bad ones. He was not my choice but the people have decided. As with all things, "Time will tell."

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  6. We are a democracy, and the majority have made a decision. Time will tell if it was a good one.

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  7. Very nicely put, Annie. It is truly an historic moment for our country.

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  8. I know who it is!! :)

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  9. I still don't know who it is!

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  10. No matter who won it would have been historical. No matter who won we need to remember this is still the greatest country on earth. No matter who won we have to remember we have a say with our vote. We might not like the outcome but we certainly need to respect the process and, as far as possible, remember the people (as in WE THE PEOPLE) have spoken.
    Ralph

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  11. Great post!
    And I know who it is. Can we make her Chief of Staff?

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  12. Well, time will tell if the people made the right choice... I liked John McCains concession speech, he is a class act.

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  13. I have high hopes for Sarah Palin.
    I think she is marvelous. She got me all revved up for this election more than McCain did.
    The people have spoken, and my prayer is that President Obama will serve our nation well.

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