FULL VICTORY 2012 SPEECH BY PRESIDENT OBAMA right here – Don’t Hate, Congratulate!
Yes, the well-known saying says it all: “As many people, so many opinions”.
Yet even if “your” favorite candidate for the US Presidential Election 2012 has not made it, you still have to pull yourself together, dear friends. With no reference to my priorities, e v e r y o n e should comprehend this message:
“Don’t Hate, Congratulate!”
Congratulations, Mr. President!
You have made many of US gals & pals very proud, now please also consider making the rest speechlessly happy the next four years.
Please find the ENTIRE VICTORY SPEECH 2012 BELOW
Live 2 Love USA, kids. Live to love it.
After several long days of hard work by Conservancy staff, Central Park will be open again tomorrow at 8:00 am. Although some landscapes remain closed for continued work, we welcome the public to enjoy the Park again.
There are over 550 trees destroyed or damaged in the Park due to Hurricane Sandy. Find out more about the damage and see photos of our cleanup work on our website. Get the latest updates on Central Park by following us on Facebook and Twitter.
We’re able to care for the Park thanks to the support of our members. Join us today and support your Park!
These pictures have been taken right before the hurricane Sandy has hit NY. Please enjoy the beautiful views and consider visiting the park when the situation will get under control. Our prayers and thoughts go out to the residents of Roosevelt Island. Please stay strong.
About the Park
In the late 1960s, during a period of national urban renewal, New York City Mayor John Lindsay proposed to reinvent Roosevelt Island (then called Welfare Island) into a vibrant, residential community. The New York Times championed renaming the island for President Franklin D. Roosevelt and constructing a memorial to him, remarking: “It has long seemed to us that an ideal place for a memorial to FDR would be on Welfare Island, which…could be easily renamed in his honor… It would face the sea he loved, the Atlantic he bridged, the Europe he helped to save, the United Nations he inspired.” The man chosen to give shape to this idea was the architect Louis I. Kahn, one of the masters of 20th century architecture. Governor Nelson Rockefeller and Mayor Lindsay announced the project in 1973 and the appointment of Louis Kahn as its architect. In short order, the Governor became Vice President of the United States, Louis Kahn finished his work and died unexpectedly, and the City of New York approached bankruptcy. It required patience, memory and determination – on March 29, 2010, 38 years after its announcement, construction of Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms Park began.
Visit the source – OFFICIAL FDR 4 FREEDOMS PARK WEBSITE