Tuesday, February 05, 2008

If Obama wins................

Will that make the US an
Obamanation?

listen to the...................
Elephant talk

7 Comments:

At 2/06/2008 2:34 PM, Blogger Heather said...

Even though I don't totally trust him, I do want him to win the nomination. The Clintons are too much of the SOS, too beholden to all the usual suspects. Not only that I am convinced that Hillary would lose against McCain. Pick your poison: Would you rather have Obama or McCain?

 
At 2/06/2008 5:47 PM, Blogger Paul said...

I'm with you on that one! I voted for Obama yesterday and didn't even have to hold my nose to do it.

 
At 2/10/2008 8:13 PM, Blogger libhom said...

Obama represents an opportunity to make things better for our country. But, liberals and progressives will have to work very hard to take advantage of that opportunity if Obama wins.

 
At 2/11/2008 2:18 AM, Blogger landsker said...

(From Wiki.)...Barracks are a type of military housing. They are typically very plain and all of the buildings in the housing unit are often uniform structures. The term can also be used to describe the building(s) in which convicts are housed. The Oxford English Dictionary suggests that the term barrack is derived from the French baraque or Italian baracca and originally meant a temporary hut or cabin. It may also be derived from the Valencian word barraca. It was not until 1690s that the word was used to describe a place of lodgement or residence for soldiers.

 
At 2/11/2008 5:51 AM, Blogger Paul said...

Hi libhom! The libs and progs I know have been doing nothing but hard time. Here's hoping our congresscritters will eventually step up and do the right thing.
Hi Landsker! ticky tacky shacks all in a row, sounds like real presidential material. oy

 
At 2/11/2008 10:07 PM, Blogger Heather said...

Barack is derived from the word Baraka.

(From Wiki)
Baraka may refer to:

* baraka, also berakhah, in Judaism, a blessing usually recited during a ceremony
* baraka, also barakah, in Islam and Arab-influenced languages, meaning spiritual wisdom and blessing transmitted from God
* "Baraka", a rarely used French slang term for luck, derived from the Arabic word
* Baraka, aka Nigella sativa, a spice with purported health benefits
* Baraka, the Serbian and Bulgarian word for "shack"
* barakaĊĦi, a name the party founders of the Croatian Democratic Union gave to themselves
* Baraka, the Turkish word for "barracks"
* Baraka, means 'Blessing' in Kiswahili

(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baraka)

 
At 2/12/2008 5:51 AM, Blogger Paul said...

Ah! I'll go with "Nigella Sativa" a spice with health benefits!
Smokes good too!
Thanks Heather!

 

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