Monday, November 3, 2008
I know, I know, you don't expect a Disney fan blog to talk about politics, but, dear Disney and more readers, tomorrow's election of the next president of the United States is such an important issue - not only for the United States but also the whole world - that i can't avoid to talk about it.
After eight years of a Shakespearian tragedy - i always thought that if Shakespeare was living now he will surely write a great play about that-son-who-wanted-to-do-better-than-his father...and the consequences - it's time for America to say Stop! to all this madness. If we except the decision to create a natural park in the area of Hawai to protect sealife, it's hard to find one good decision in eight years of Bush administration.
Barack Obama is not only a great hope for America, but also for the rest of the world. He has the intelligence, the vision, certainly the wisdom, to lead America - i should say to save America - out of the dangerous grounds where the previous administration did put it. You have no idea, dear American readers, how we would love in France to have somebody like Barack Obama as president. Really.
For those of you who missed it, i've embedded below the thirty minutes Ad of Barack Obama which was aired last week. Not only the filming, the photography and the editing is beautiful - not to mention Barack's message - but this short movie has sometime the spirit of a Norman Rockwell painting. Have a look to it, you'll understand what i mean.
Tomorrow's election will change in a way or another the destiny of America and the fate of the world. And it's all in your hands, dear American readers.
Every country in the world is watching with hope and apprehension the result of this election. We know that America can be a great country who will inspire again respect and admiration instead of hate and fear. We know you can do it. So, please, tomorrow, give your vote to Barack Obama.
Thank you, and God bless you.
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