Getting It Off of My E-Chest

I just have to say this:


Even though I voted for Ralph Nader, the thought of what “could” come with Obama – not the starry-eyed pipe dream hopes of those who apply to the “cult of O,” but specifically the thought of finally getting universal healthcare, finally getting sex education that makes sense, a leader who has no preconditions for talking with other leaders, and most overwhelmingly importantly the prospect of what a new wave of science, technology, math, and engineering (STEM as the Obama campaign has branded it) can do for the country, for energy, and for the world (and of course for my own career path) has me more than excited. I’ve done a fair amount of studying up on this and all indications are, with the right mandate in the legislature, it’ll be a true new industrial revolution.

So, I just hope nothing happens to bring the predictions crashing down. I’d be an extremely sad engineer, a sad AIESECer, a sad American. And a sad person.

By Preston

Agent of Change, Former of Entropy, Seeker of a Stateless World.

One reply on “Getting It Off of My E-Chest”

completely agree with your anticipation for this week to be over. it is even more ridiculous and completely biased over here. but just an educational fact– the Obama camp did NOT come up with “STEM”, its been around for quite a while (a decade or so)…although I do think he would do great things with it 🙂

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