My Stunning Experience in the Inauguration Day of President Barack Obama

My Stunning Experience in the Inauguration Day of President Barack Obama

Today, the campus center has been neatly managed with chairs, large screen TV, and attractive banners with the slogan written “President Inauguration of Barack Obama”. Suddenly, students of the University of Hawaii enthusiastically cheered, and stood and sang the national anthem along with President Barack Obama. Everyone here looks as proud as Hawaii is the birthplace of their 44th President Barack Obama. As a Cambodian student, I was excited in goosebumps in such a fever.

Barack Obama has a unique background and his political career has been totally shaped by his personal background and charismatic leadership. He is a son of Ann Dunham who was a former student in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Hawaii. She was the fellow of East West Center at that time. In that period, Ann met a charismatic Barack Obama Sr. They both married and had Barack Obama Jr. in 1961. Obama Sr. left his family for Harvard and then Kenya. Ann remained her life in UH and married another international student from Indonesia.

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If the World Could Vote

I recommend visiting http://www.iftheworldcouldvote.com if you haven’t heard about it. The website, created by a few guys in Iceland, gives anyone with internet access to vote for who they wish to be the next US President, no matter where in the world they are. Of course, only American votes in the November 4th elections count, but it is great to see what people outside the US think.

Barack Obama 86.8% (544,439 votes)
John McCain 13.2% (82,485 votes)
Total number of votes: 626,927
Countries voted from: 207

Votes received the last…

Hour: 1,473
24 hours: 43,499
7 days: 204,133
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