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Congratulations President Barack Obama

Our New President: Barack Obama
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I just wanted to take a moment away from writing about personal finances and investment to simply be an American today.

The inauguration of Barack Obama as our 44th president is a monumental event. I feel proud grateful to have witnessed an event that gives people the feeling of inclusion, possibilities and hopefulness. Those are the exact elements the country needs to move forward in this difficult time and in difficult times to come.

I want to congratulate President Obama on what he has achieved. I want to wish him luck on what lies before him. And I want to thank him for having the fortitude and the courage to take on the task of the Presidency of the United States of America.

Today I am very proud to be an American and I hope you who are reading this feel as I do.

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