Wednesday, November 5, 2008



Hi guys! This is just a quick post...

Just got home from 'US ELECTION WATCH 2008' held at SM City Cebu - Philippines, and boy I am really so tired.

Just for your information, as part of Cebu Bloggers Society, I have been invited to join and witness the said event as one of the medias. And I am so glad, that somehow, I have been part of the said historical event. Thank you so much for my newest family in the blogosphere, the Cebu Bloggers Society, for such wonderful opportunity. And thank you for the very pleasant and warm welcome from/of US Embassy people.

The event might be so tiring but certainly it was really fun, and I have really enjoyed witnessing such historical and memorable event live via feed from CNN.

Now before I go to sleep, allow me first to congratulate the newly elected President of the United States, BARACK OBAMA. Based on exit poll results from the western states of California, Oregon, Washington and his native Hawaii, Barack Obama was at 11 p.m. on the first Tuesday in November of the 232nd year of the American experiment declared to have been elected the 44th president of the United States. Yes, he is the 44th President of the United States and the first ever African-American President in the history of the United States.

Obama, 47, will now begin his transition to the White House. He will be sworn in as the 44th president on January 20, 2009.

And before I forget, I would like to say thank you and congratulations to McCain for being a better opponent, for being a good sport and for accepting the decision of the majority... I admire you for that.

I will post more updates about this tomorrow and also about the said 'US ELECTION WATCH 2008' event that I have just attended today held at Cebu City - Philippines.

Again, CONGRATULATIONS to newest President-Elect of the United States....


"Yes We Can"


Nhil/ Call Center Gal said...

Let's see how he's going to change America ;)

michy said...

wow good for yah! as what people from other places said the americans are tired of going into war so they need someone who will really attend to their home land. Amd I guess they saw Barack as that person. Anyway, I agree to what you've said about McCain's speech. His call for his supporters to support the new administration was so sincere that it brought tears to my eyes.

cheneetot said...

you just awarded a butterfly award because i love your blog.

godbless u