November 4, 2008

Introducing, President Elect Obama…

Filed under: Politics — Tags: — denise @ 10:50 pm

Dear Universe,

Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.

I’m not going to say you OWED me, but you know…  kinda. (Just kidding!) (Not really kidding.) (Ha ha!) (Not.)

McCain’s speech was gracious… Colorado turned blue…  what other wackiness do you have planned for tonight?

Will it rain donuts?  Will Santa land on my roof and hand me a million dollars?

Wait-  I’m not greedy.

This gift…  this was enough.

(But you kind of owed me.) JK!

Now, it’s just a matter of staying awake for Barack’s speech.  Such a short wait, you know, comparatively.



Ps.  Howza ’bout that supermajority in the Senate?  Anything you can do to make that happen?  I looked up filibuster and EVERYTHING!  Seriously, I’m not greedy.  I’m not sayin’.  I’m just sayin’.


  1. I have to admit I didn’t know what filibuster meant until They Might Be Giants sang about it. I am a nerd.

    Also, I have been thanking The Universe all week as well.

    Also, I have made a few jokes about getting fired for insubordination and then going on welfare. Not saying I’m GOING to do that… just saying…. I watched this week’s South Park…. and, uh, yeah. Yeah.

    Comment by Krista — November 9, 2008 @ 1:13 pm

  2. So, I realize I’m late and all, but the news came in a few days after the election…

    (backstory) I live in Omaha, Nebraska, located in the second district (of 3 in our state). The second district is TINY, just us in Douglas County and our southern suburbs in Sarpy County. Sarpy County is the home of Offutt Air Force Base and is quite republican. Nebraska is one of two states (the other is Maine) that will split the electoral vote.

    WE DID IT. We gave Obama an electoral vote! Not that he needed it, but for the first time ever, we show up as a tiny blue dot in the eastern part of Nebraska. And I was a part of it! I can’t believe it still. But its true. Check it out:

    Thanks for the awesome blog!

    Comment by Megan — November 9, 2008 @ 2:13 pm

  3. “raining donuts” man that was good, I wish I had thought of that one. Your site in interesting, found it a good read and informative, funny, just too good to be true, honest.

    I live in Oklahoma, we are neighbors ……

    Stay with it, it is great.

    Don Smith

    Comment by Don Smith — November 10, 2008 @ 6:19 am

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