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Old 11-10-2012, 05:47 PM
 
Location: west central Georgia
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When I see how many people are so excited and just plain ole elated to have this man re-elected, it made me change my attitude.

I've taken the many little tests on these boards to see where I fall as a voter, and it's almost always libertarian.

But, seeing the glee in my town at President Obama's ability to unite, excite, and get people out to vote and be involved in their country's future is a beautiful thing to see. When I look at some of the faces of the folks in line with me I couldn't help but think of their ancestor's struggles. I'm proud that they have some happiness and someone to claim as their own.

I think the right man won.

Our country is great. We must survive.
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