Incase you missed this yesterday:
Now that he’s won the White House it’s time for a different kind of a game! Check out this online game designed to play like Super Mario World…it’s Suer Obama World!
Wow, what a night! The only thing that came close to the coolness of the Obama win were those holographic interviews CNN pulled off. Neat-o!
While realizing the historical significance of the Obama win I felt kind of “…so what, he’s black, big deal…” and I think it’s that attitude people took with them into the voting booth. Barack never campaigned on race because it didn’t really matter…this is “the new America”! And I don’t think people voted for him because he was black, they voted for him because he was the right man for the job.
This is the beginning of a new era of understanding between the races and religions, not just of the US but worldwide. The US has always been a leader, that shining city on the hill  that the world has always aspired to (the last 8 years excluded). The social, spiritual and economic ripple effect this will set off will be immeasurable and I hope he does the right thing.
As he said in his victory speech last night, now comes the hard part, getting things done. I think one of the most important orders of business is re-uniting the Untied States…do you think he can?
As we mark the 40th anniversary of his assasination we remember the life of Martin Luther King Jr. and what it was that he did to make it possible for an African America to be running for President of the United States.
This is a clip of his somewhat prophetic last speech the night before he was gunned down outside his hotel.