Thursday, January 22, 2009

The Evening Standard

The world was glued to the TV watching the euphoria which greeted President Obama on Inagruration Day. I thought his speech was "brilliant" and I was so proud to be an American (wouldn't that make a great title for a song?) I could not wait to read what the British papers had to say about our new President and the change he promises.

"It reminds us that America's best asset is now, as it always has been, a belief in itself and capacity for renewal. The pictures from Washington did not lie yesterday. Obama inspires faith, belief and the stubborn, sustaining attributes of "virtue and hope" against all odds. There's a lesson there - and not just for America." The Evening Standard

Now, if they would just quit calling him BEARack Obama!

1 comment:

Sandi @the WhistleStop Cafe said...

I thought it was funny when Conan O'Brian suggested that maybe the mulicultural president elect may have forgotten the '.