night everyone

The song, ‘God damn you’re beautiful’, is by Chester See – you can see his own video here – I posted this video on YouTube in early 2009 … one of the comments read: “I am Chester See and I approve this message.” 😉

Hey people, don’t let the haters get you down – almost 70 million people voted for this good man in 2008, and they will again in 2012. Remember, for every Teabagger and Glenn Greenwald there are thousands of decent people not consumed with hate.

See you tomorrow.

30 Responses to “night everyone”

  1. April 16, 2011 at 10:44 pm

    Good night Chipsticks. Have pleasant evening. Thanks for all you do.

  2. 3 louc1
    April 16, 2011 at 10:55 pm

    PERFECT!!!! Goodnight and thanks!

  3. 4 V C prezOfan2
    April 16, 2011 at 10:56 pm

    Good night, all, and thank you all for another positive Obama-focused day! Sleep tight! 🙂

  4. 5 Sue in Minnesota
    April 16, 2011 at 11:13 pm

    Thank you so much Chipsticks for making everyday a better day. Rest well.

  5. April 16, 2011 at 11:18 pm

    I so love them both.

  6. 7 HZ
    April 16, 2011 at 11:21 pm

    Good Night to you Chipsticks and thanks for making our day here so wonderful.

  7. 8 anniebella
    April 16, 2011 at 11:23 pm

    You are not going to believe me, but I have been thinking of this video,and this song,wanting to see this. And tonight just before I was going to bed I decided to come up here and see what was going on, when much to my surprise I see this video. WOW! Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! Now let me get back to the video and watch it a couple more times before I go to bed. Good Night To you All!!!!!!

  8. 10 Suzanne
    April 16, 2011 at 11:38 pm

    He is such a loving man and I love him right back. All is well.

    Thank you, Chipsticks. 🙂

  9. 11 Walking_on_ Sunshine
    April 16, 2011 at 11:47 pm

    That truly was beautiful. Pure love. I have the dumbest smile on my face right now 🙂

    Thank you Chipsticks

  10. 12 anniebella
    April 16, 2011 at 11:56 pm

    This is my third time watching the video since I wrote my first comments. I just have a couple more things to say. That picture of POTUS and FLOTUS were she has this red dress on, her eyes are closed, and he is standing behind her look like he is whispering something sweet in her ear. Folks that is one Sexy, Hot picture to me. Good Night.

  11. 14 barb
    April 17, 2011 at 12:48 am

    Chip, thank you for another beautiful day with our President. I wasn’t on here as much as I often am because it was my son’s brithday. Sleep tight and God loves you.

  12. 15 Sonjia Duncan
    April 17, 2011 at 1:12 am

    Good Night all and don’t forget to say your prayers. I will pray for our President and all the good people of this country. Have a good night and God bless you all.

  13. 16 Bobfr
    April 17, 2011 at 1:54 am

    Something everyone here should familiarize yourself if you haven’t already:

    “Society at a Glance 2011 – OECD Report” – http://www.oecd.org/document/24/0,3746,en_2649_37419_2671576_1_1_1_37419,00.html

    A timely reminder that the United States of America ranks dead last in social spending among the 34 Nations analyzed.

    Social spending as share of GDP: 7.2%

    Growth from 1982 to 2007: – 2.2%

    The largest economy in the world has a higher infant mortality rate, a higher homicide rate, a higher child poverty rate than many other Nations in that list of 34. And, we all know where the Congressional teabaggers (aka Republicans) focus – yep, making the poor even poorer, and driving almost everyone else into similar impoverishment in their monomaniacal service to their wealthy masters.

    We must strive, every moment from not until Election Day 2012, to make it clear to all Americans that the course set by Reagan and brutally implemented by Bush II has caused considerable damage to our society.

    We need Election Day 2012 to be the largest ever reaffirmation of our values manifested in landslide victories of Democratic candidates – from City Councils to the US Congress and Presidency – across all 50 States.

    The contrast between Republicans and Democrats, as of these past two weeks, is now more stark than at any time in my life.

    The Republicans own those statistics reported by OECD and they made it abundantly clear yesterday that they want to make the situation more dire for most Americans as to service the very few.

    To further illuminate the contrast, what needs to be at the core of every Democratic candidate’s message to their fellow citizens is empathy as demonstrated in a pragmatic, sustainable social compact that fundamentally redefines what we mean by national security.

    The semantics of national security are almost exclusively associated with armaments, intelligence gathering and readiness of military personnel.

    We know how brittle and unsustainable a military budget is that is nearly equivalent to the sum of all the military budgets of every other Nation. Because our DoD budget is so fiscally irresponsible, it ends up being a direct threat to its very mission – protecting our national security.

    Beyond the obvious need for sufficient military and diplomatic resources to protect our borders and honor treaties, we need to expand the semantics of national security, and I humbly suggest the following parameters as elements of an empathetic, sustainable enhancement of our social compact, and thus our genuine national security:

    1. Lowest infant mortality rate in the world;
    2. Highest child nutrition level in the world;
    3. Highest level of literacy in the world;
    4. Highest number of college graduates in the world;
    5. Highest number of employees in high-tech manufacturing jobs in the world;
    6. Lowest number of homicides in the world;
    7. Absolutely equal pay and promotion opportunities for women;
    8. Largest number of electric vehicles in the world;
    9. Largest amount of solar-generated electricity in the world;
    10. Least expensive, universal health care in the world.

    And, to pay for it:

    From a budget perspective, implementation of what I term the 1.5 to 2 rule – for every 2 dollars appropriated for DoD (inclusive of all funds for NSA, CIA, etc.), a mandatory 1.5 dollars is appropriated for all the programs that currently fall in the “12 % bucket” (aka discretionary spending). Given a fixed budget, that means we will have truly begun to perceive our national security as being comprised of two inextricably coupled components – military and societal expenditures.

    From a revenue perspective, we simplify our individual and corporate tax code.

    Begin with resetting the tax rates on individuals making more than $ 150,000.00 to what they were prior to Bush II’s tax break fiasco.

    Additionally, my approach to simplification is to begin by focusing on ‘the cream’ – above a certain level of either individual income or corporate profit you need to share the cream for the sake of our national security. My approach is that above that level the individual or corporation is going to pay an additional 5 % to the Federal Government irrespective of whatever the tax rate is on the amount below that level.

    So, no matter whether the tax code is changed otherwise (removing loop holes, limiting deductions, etc), and no matter how fancy an accountant one can afford to hunt loop-holes in the tax code, the individual and the corporation are going to contribute a bit more to our national security than the majority of individuals or businesses.

    For example purposes, let’s set the bar at $ 300,000.00 gross income for an individual. So, if you make $ 350,000.00, no matter how many deductions you can legally claim with the existing tax code, you are going to pay 5 % on that $ 50,000.00, in addition to whatever the tax rate is on the amount, post deductions, you have to pay.

    For corporations, any profit greater than $ 1,000,000.00 would be taxed at the rate of 5 % on the difference. Note, that’s applied to the profit as opposed to whatever tax rate applies to their pre-tax gross margin.

    And, regarding capital gains – really simple. No deductions allowed and a flat 30 % on whatever the amount is.

    And, regarding tax deduction on mortgage for residence – only one residence allowed per individual filing separately or for a couple filing jointly. Any other property is taxed according to whatever type of property it is and “mortgage” deduction does not apply.

    And, I’d raise the FICA deduction upper bound on individual income to $ 250,000.00.

    Just a few thoughts on the current deplorable state of America’s national security. No Nation is secure when it is so deeply, deplorably inequitable – 34th among the 34 largest economies in terms of social compact tells us just how non-secure America is, today.

    Yes.We.Can. … DO.MORE.TOGETHER.

    • 17 Sue in Minnesota
      April 17, 2011 at 2:42 am

      Wow….we got work to do!

      • 18 anniebella
        April 17, 2011 at 5:50 am

        First step in that work which need to be done, re-elected Barack Obama and get rid of those Tea -Republicans.

    • 19 LunarSea
      April 17, 2011 at 6:12 pm

      I sometimes think of how far ahead we’d be if they stopped trying to divide us and instead worked together for all. We most certainly have our work cut out for us.

      • 20 anniebella
        April 17, 2011 at 7:00 pm

        We do have our work cut out for us,but I’m ready to fight because it is well worth it. I am fired up and ready to go, and I hope you are too.

        • 21 LunarSea
          April 17, 2011 at 11:00 pm

          Sorry I didn’t respond earlier. I’ve been in and out a lot this weekend. Mostly out. Of course I just have to check this site when I’m in. lol

          But just going thru the comments and didn’t want you to think I’m just not responding.

          I am absolutely fired up and ready to go! Color me in all the way.

  14. 22 DoNoHarm
    April 17, 2011 at 10:16 am

    They are the only two people that can possibly support the theory that God created humankind. Their giving is unending.

  15. 23 ber6964
    April 17, 2011 at 10:58 am

    Tears I loved It! Thanks Chipstick.

  16. 24 PoliticalJunkessa
    April 17, 2011 at 11:03 am


    THANK YOU for continuing to bring us all these photos, videos, and clips. I am so enjoying them. This video is extra sweet — what a gorgeous love story! I also love the clips of a younger, idealistic, Obama — he’s made of fortitude and consistency, as these clips show.

    This site is a gift. Thanks for all your hard work. Enjoy your weekend :-)!

    • 25 NewCenturyWoman
      April 17, 2011 at 1:00 pm

      Politicaljunkessa, I just posted this comment about your gravatar over at BWD’s site:
      “Hey Politicaljunkessa, I love your gravatar of the President with his two little girls when they were just wee babies. Our Prez looks a little different there, squatting on the edge of the water in his swimming trunks and sporting facial hair; nevertheless, he looks as handsome as ever. Was he in his mid 30s in that photo?”

  17. 27 lexusv
    April 17, 2011 at 11:56 am

    Perfection! Good love at it’s best. Thank you for the wonderful collection of memories.

  18. April 17, 2011 at 2:30 pm

    This is my fave video of your, Chip. It’s perfection. Thanks.

  19. 29 LunarSea
    April 17, 2011 at 6:14 pm

    I missed this last night. One of my favorites that never fails to please.

  20. 30 NewCenturyWoman
    April 17, 2011 at 7:14 pm

    Now I can add this video as one of my favorite’s, too. Some parts of the video are new to me. My favorite new moment is the part where the video is running in fast motion and then Sen. Barack Obama is seated with his arms folded as Michelle and the girls playfully tease him. Although he is engaged in an endearing and playful family moment, he looks incredibly sexy. Another epic moment. 🙂

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