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Saturday, November 08, 2008

TweetThis! Tears For Obama

Photo courtesy: AP & Getty


Cleveland, November 2nd

Nevada, November 1st

Florida, October 20th

Watching Obama accept the Democratic nomination, Times Square, August 28th

Virginia, October 28th

Virginia, October 28th

Virginia, June 5th

Michigan, June 16th

Nebraska, August 30th

St. Louis, Missouri, February 2nd. Lisa Wells-Blackmon cries as Obama signs the flag that covered her brother's casket. Her brother was in the military and killed in Afghanistan.

Watching Michelle Obama speak, Los Angeles, February 3rd

Denver, August 27th

New Orleans, February 7th

Denver, August 26th

Watching Obama's speech on race, Philadelphia, March 18th
New York, Nov 8, 2008
Chicago, Nov 4, 2008
Kimberly Dalton Mitchell, 26, of Astoria, weeps after hearing the results in Harlem.Kimberly Dalton Mitchell, 26, of Astoria
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Oprah Winfrey, Nov 4, 2008
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Rev. Jesse Jackson, Nov 4,2008

Obama talks about his late grandmother on November 3rd.

7 feedback :

Baba Mchj said... Sun Nov 09, 03:15:00 AM MST  

Hi dada Subi,

Thank you very much for posting this collection of a great moment pictures.
Frankly speaking, I have also had spontaneous tearing at the end of reviewing them; but I do not why! Is HAPPINESS or SADNESS or BOTH? What are their FEELINGS?

Anonymous said... Sun Nov 09, 08:02:00 AM MST  

Dada Subi, kwanza pole kwa kazi. Halafu ahsante kwa kutuma picha hizo kupitia blog yako hii. Nilikuwa siijui. Kuanzia sasa ntakuwa naitembelea. Mimi pia ingawa sikulia lakini nilifurahi sana na kujifagharishwa kwa ushindi wa Obama.
Mungu ambariki atimize ahadi zake
Shally

Anonymous said... Sun Nov 09, 03:12:00 PM MST  

The change always make people cry, it can be an excitement or fear. I am happy for Obama's victory

Anonymous said... Sun Nov 09, 08:21:00 PM MST  

Na mimi nitatoa machozi ya furaha siku CCM itakapopiga chini. Hakika naomba mungu anijalie nishuhudie siku hiyo.

Subi said... Sun Nov 09, 11:02:00 PM MST  

Baba Mchj,
I think it's a mixture of both, excitement and fear.
Excitement for what was seen as impossible has made possible and everybody that looks at Obama becomes filled with hope and belief that 'it can be done, play your part'.
Fear because, I think, looking back to history, bad things even death happened to those who struggled to beat the odds and we know for sure that as long as we live in this world, evil is still out there and 'dark and light' don't stay together.

Shally,
Asante kwa kutembelea nukta77. Karibu tena!

Anon Monday, November 10, 2008 1:12:00 AM EAT, Thank you for your comment.

Anonymous said... Mon Nov 10, 03:09:00 AM MST  

subi, these moments are representing both excitement and fear.But if you ever lived in first World utafurahi Huyu ni Shujaa ame wafumba Vunywa hawa jamaa ni wabaguzi wakubwa.

Anonymous said... Mon Nov 10, 07:50:00 AM MST  

U see..!! i don't know what to say......is the world's most amazing.....thanks Subi, cause i didn't expect to cry much as such...is amazing....is amazing !!

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