remember hope

Where were you on November 4th, 2008? Share your memories as a nation celebrated its participation in a historic victory.

rememberhope.com

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  1. Thanks for linking to that. It’s always nice to see additional proof that Democrats have better aesthetic taste than those other people.

    In 2008, I was exchanging backslaps and high fives with my OFA buddies after an extremely hard and well fought campaign, just as I intend on doing this November 2.

    Here are links to the phone banking tool and the OFA iPhone app.

    YES. WE. CAN.

    http://www.barackobama.com
    http://my.barackobama.com/page/content/iphone2010

  2. Can I just eat my waffle?
    Spread the wealth.
    Typical white person.
    Cling to guns and religion.
    Woudn’t punish her with a baby.
    Get in the back seat.
    I won.

    Some leader. I was better than them all!

  3. yes, lets’ remember that day, because it was the only one we had hope…where i hope now? all bullshit

  4. Yes, I remember clearly the day the Obama deception began, when it was all too late! All you Obama lunatics were fainting at his all-powerful community organizerness, and now what? How’s that ‘Hope’ and ‘Change’ going for you? Barack=Epic Fail!

    November 2, 2010 will be a great day!

  5. I enjoy this blog for a multitude of reasons. Political opinion is certaintly not one of them. It is unfortunate that you posted this. I do not wish to hear your political views. Obviously, I have an inkling, and likely they are similar to mine, but I do want to see publication of them.

    It is unfortunate this was posted and this “clean” space of design talk and other interesting tidbits has been marred.

  6. Correct, I do NOT want to see publication of them. Sorry about the double post.

  7. Tina, I love your impeccably curated blog, you are truly a leader in design innovation — however, I had a knee-jerk reaction to this politically motivated post. The most effective way to influence and proliferate good design is to make it accessible, not polarizing.

    Like your e-mail commenting directions, “Please, be nice!”…..

  8. Sad…..When did we become so hypersensitive that a link to a “clean”, well-designed website with a cute theme that may or may not reflect the political views of the host blogger would be reason for such hostile reactions?

    November 2, 2010 will be a great day.
    November 2012 will be a better one. Watch.

  9. Also Jimmy Carter is way funnier than I remember.

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