Recovery From U.S. Economic Crisis

Some U.S. leaders and lawmakers voice skepticism over the outcome of the 2008 elections and its plan to pull the economy out of the most recent economic crisis. However; the same official critics failed miserablly in criticizing the trappings of democracy just prior to this economic crisis.

The 2008 elections results reflect the genuine will and desire of the American people. America is profoundly unhappy with the status quo, and are slamming the door on double standard systems. It took this crisis to bring this notion in to reality making one way of viewing this crisis as a good thing.

The global economy has started to recover, as with France and Germany. Across America and even in my rural community, I have noticed significant change. Instead of raising serious doubts and leading to violent clashes in the streets, the American people are gaining a renewed sense of dignity, ethical and moral responsibility for self and country.

I am impressed by the vigorous debates and enthusiasm the 2008 elections have generated, particularly among our silent majority and youths. They have become more involved and are staying.

What will that do for the freedom, security and prosperity of this country? Freedom to exercise democracy and good dialogue will prevail, should we stay the course.

"If there is anyone out there who still doubts that America is a place where all things are possible, who still wonders if the dream of our founders is alive in our time, who still questions the power of our democracy, tonight is your answer,"—Barack Obama

From the bottom, up!


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