The events of this eve are not the fantasy or sci -fi writings of Star Trek creator, Gene Roddenberry, this is an historical moment in the making I will never forget, and I would like to express my heart felt congratulations to President-elect Barack Obama. No matter if you are Democrat or Republican, or any other party, I would hope you would be proud of a nation, your nation in the election of this man to the highest office in these United States. I know this is not a political blog, but I feel a great sense of pride in what has come to pass within my lifetime. I grew up in the south, both in GA and N.C. during the 1960s and lived in Africa for a time and witnessed the hatred of a person because of the color of their skin by some people, but tonight's events reinvigorated my pride in America. I remember a great line from a movie when the King of France said to his personal guard "I am a young king, but I am king" His guard turned and looked at him and said "then be a good king". I ask the 44Th President of these United States "Be a Good President". I apologize if I offended anyone with these words, but I feel this was important enough that it needed to be said. Maybe some day we can all stand as one people and say 4 small but powerful words that I borrowed from one of my favorite shows BSG and they are "So say we all".