President Barack Obama meets with senior advisors in the Oval Office, March 2, 2010. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)

President Barack Obama meets with senior advisors in the Oval Office, March 2, 2010. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)

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9 thoughts on “President Barack Obama meets with senior advisors in the Oval Office, March 2, 2010. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)

  1. Well, this has fulfilled my dreams reguardless of the outcome or whatever else is accomplished.
    I thank God the most powerfull man on the planet looks like me.
    We all should never take this for granted. In the coming year we should all be more pro-active and supportive.

  2. I think of him as a younger brother…and pray for him as such.

    I want him to succeed as president because our country needs him to succeed.

    We simply cannot afford to do less.

    That he happens to be of my hue…is coincidental..but I’ll take it anyway. If he were purple with green stripes…we the US need a strong, smart, viable leader…We have one.

  3. He will suceed for all of us. He will continue to represent the voices no one hears and embrace us all as Americans who have and deserve the right to be treated as such.

  4. Uncovered, in truth, we see he is what he says he is what he is shines light on the highest principles of truth, our mankind, country, the world has been waiting for for a very, long, time.

  5. Dear Mr. President. Trust in God and in the People of America who elected you and who deeply appreciate all you do and all you are as a decent, devoted leader of this great nation. You bring blessings to many people.God is with you even in pain. Thank you for being brave enough to get up each morning and serve the nation despite those who don’t appreciate your work as President.

  6. I pray for him daily. I thank God he continues to protect him and his family. I pray God will station angels all around his environment, including his wife, children and siblings and keep all of them safe. This also includes the people that guard him.
    I pray that the decisions he makes will help the entire country, and will be positive for the entire world. I especially pray for the people in Egypt, and the decisions our president has to make to keep things calm there. That God’s hand will guide his thoughts and actions.

  7. I chime in with all who thought this day would never come, at least not in my life time.

    Regardless of what happens his Presidency is a huge victory. He is an awesome black man and role model, an inspiration, for every black man child. His role is a thorn in the side of old white America that’s why they created the tea-party and that’s why everything he does is scrutinized for fault.

    But I believe this is his (our) destiny – to finally unite us ALL and to remind people not to judge by the color of someone’s skin.


  8. I thank God for the President and I wish him all the best , that God will give him wisdom and strenght to fullfill his calling.
    God Bless you and your family richly.

    A citizen of the island of Curacao

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