Good Morning, Sunshine

12 Nov

To fall in love,
with the things you do.
Don’t sell yourself
to fall in love
with those things you do.

~Slum Village, Fall in Love~

Bush said he has some regrets. I hope all those people who voted for him twice have some regrets too. ~CNN~

Ya know, I’m actually not convinced that Oprah made a huge difference for Obama. I mean, I’m sure it didn’t hurt, but Obama has his own brand of magic outside of Oprah’s well-known powers. ~BET~

Is there a grandmother of the year award? If so, this woman wins hands down. At 56 years old, she was the surrogate mom to her daughter’s triplets. Yes, TRIPLETS.  ~Detroit Free Press~

I can’t tell you how much I love to see my Detroit folks getting the shine they deserve in the national media. Black Milk, ya’ll. ~All Hip Hop~

In case this was tearing you up inside, that 150-year-old turtle who went missing a few weeks ago, decided to mosey on home. He’s doing just fine. ~SF Gate~


Posted by on November 12, 2008 in Detroit, Good Morning Sunshine


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8 responses to “Good Morning, Sunshine

  1. tracey in Ohio

    November 12, 2008 at 10:28 am


    President Bush’s wife had to tell him to watch what he said as the leader of the free world? He didn’t know that already???? Good riddance.

    I agree with you – Oprah endorsing Obama didn’t hurt, but he was/is charming, friendly, smart & intelligent enough to create his own wave & ride it.

  2. Hallo

    November 12, 2008 at 10:32 am

    I still love Bush no matter what.
    His moral, determination and his stand on war on terrorism, keeping our country safe since 911 and….. a lot more

  3. Hannah Stevens

    November 12, 2008 at 11:26 am

    Here is a man who was the mouth piece for a movement that has devastated the world, responsible for the deaths of 100’s of thousands of people, the exile of millions more, the destruction of at least one country. He is morally and spiritually bereft and without conscience to the end. How could the American people not see what was ahead when they gave this person and this administration the authority to bring about this horrendous time in our history. And so I see those who brought this man to power and those who voted for him as complicit in these crimes against humanity. When we will ever learn?

    It has been all about special interest and greed. Greed on the part of the big business, oil and defense companies. And the people who would want to prevent women from choosing reproductive rights and gays the right to marry. How can they live with themselves?

    I am so sad that i live in a country so ignorant as to bring people like this to power. Will it happen again? Will there be another george bush? You can count on it. And will these people remember the destruction that follows? Probably not. We are a primitive people.

  4. Jerome k

    November 12, 2008 at 11:33 am

    So Bush is only sorry for his words. What about his actions ….Did the millions of Iraqis deserve a torturous death? Did the 4000+ American deserve to be sacrificed on the altar of his megalomaniac ego? Did thousands of Americans deserve losing their houses, jobs and their pursuit of happiness following the implementation of trickle down voodoo economics?

  5. Thomas

    November 12, 2008 at 11:36 am

    “His moral, determination and his stand on war on terrorism, keeping our country safe since 911 and….. a lot more”

    He’s moral because every other sentence has GOD in it?
    He creates a war on a tactic? (remember the ‘war’ on drugs)
    He creates a network to spy on US citizens? (then writes legislation to legalize it)
    Lack of another attack of that size doesn’t mean he prevented it. 911 was a sucker punch that wildly exceeded the expectations of those perpetrating it. Many things happened coincidentally that allowed it to take place as it did.
    He just created another bureaucracy. He loaded his administration with political hacks. And now he is only sorry for some of the things he said. Unbelievable.

    He has been an unmitigated disaster.

  6. Thomas

    November 12, 2008 at 11:39 am

    And how could I forget to mention launching an unprovoked war on flimsy or non-existant evidence?

  7. Thomas

    November 12, 2008 at 11:39 am


  8. loveisdope

    November 17, 2008 at 2:03 am

    We can all breathe a big, huge sigh of relief on January 20, 2009. I have never been prouder of this country than when I saw “President-Elect Barack Obama” on my television screen.


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