|Congratulations Mr. President!|
It was a pleasure to watch the President’s inauguration for his 2. term as the country’s leader. This inauguration stands for the continuation of a policy of sensible renewal and change in the United States.
As Canadians we feel that American policies are also affecting Canada. Our countries have been close allies for a long time and been standing shoulder to shoulder in solving economic affairs and conflicts of International scope. Continuance in policy lines are important to secure stability for domestic and International affairs.
When the American people suffer we can feel it across the border. Our laws and ways to work with internal affairs might differ, nevertheless we are first-degree cousins and will stand together whenever the need occurs.
On Campobello Island over 90% of the population have a dual citizenship. We regard our neighbors from across the 500ft. of water between us as our friends.
We cross the border on a daily basis and CBP-agents are greeting us warmly as our CBSA-agents are greeting American visitors. We do not experience the United States as a foreign country. We have shared a lot of history with each other and finally emerged as good neighbors.
The American people can be proud of having this dynamic President with his smashing first lady, Michelle Obama.
Watching the inauguration we were also awed about the smashing Michelle Obama. She looked just adorable.
Today’s inauguration had called out to tens-of-thousands of people who didn’t hesitate to be outside on a rather chilly day in January to be part of this celebration.