Awesome! I love to see young people who care about the future of their country, even before they can vote!Peace - D
Today, for the first time, I begin to feel optimistic of the outcome.For these youngsters' sake, I hope I am right.
A hive of industry - well done those kids!
I wonder what the percentage is?How can Obama only be up by 4 points? What the hell is wrong with your country anyway?
I love this. And hope they're not disappointed. Aren't their little painted toes the cutest?!
Hope you bought some bling!
No politic here... Smile...
Beading for Obama! The optimism and enthusiasm of Youth! Thank God for the next generation.
You know my thoughts on this - too close for comfort as far as I can see. But I love the optimism and the hope that these kids have. Let's just hope America rises to the challenge....
Now you see? This is just the kind of thing that so terrifies the McIdiot campaign and the RNC. They sent my widowed, retired mother an "emergency notification" just yesterday saying that they needed her $35-$50-$100 contribution to help raise $30M to combat the "distortions and outright lies" being propagated by the Democrats and their "liberal allies". Like these young people right here! Look at them! Stringing those hippie "love beads" like this was the 60's or something! What is this country coming to?Oh, and incidentally? Mom's reaction to the "emergency notification" was along the lines of: "They got a lot of damn nerve don't they?"When a 68-year-old former army brat from Pennsylvania Dutch country says that I get all optimistic inside.And when I see youngsters like these taking this kind of initiative, it just underscores that optimism.We just might save this country in spite of ourselves.
that is great to see. Nice shot as usual :)wonder what its going to be like when the election is over...
Beads for Obama just made me laugh. Entrepreneur hippies! HaStill - it is nice to see them actively caring.:)
There is hope for America.Bear((( )))
That is very cool. Nice young person!
She's a very good girl.
Now there's an original idea!
My daughter just sent me a text message/picture of Obama - up close and personal! He is in NH today and she got tickets to go see him. She has been working very hard on his campaign. I love to see youth involved in the process. We all need to be more involved - it is time for change!
Looks like some friendly competition for me ~ LOL. You go girls! =)
Reminds me of the Beatles' song;Let it bead, let it bead
Yes I read about this from my blog buddy and this is so cool.
They start young over there dont they? Good on them for helping out any way they can!
Aren't there child labor laws? ;)
I have to agree, I think it's great that the young kids actually care about the future of their country.
It's weird not seeing your comments here...I always wonder if I dreamed that you replied..anyway in answer to your question I have seen polls that vary on the actual breathing room between the Candidates..plus you need to remember that I am Canadian eh so you must convert to METRIC!
It's great that kids are interested and getting involved.
My 8 year old is a staunch Obama fan too!