Friday, December 01, 2006

Still My Hero

One of the candidates who ran this year is a personal and professional hero of mine. Personal because she exudes so many of the qualities I desire to have as a woman and human being, and professional because she has not only been successful in her career, but has made things better through her actions. I don't just want a career, I want to leave the world better because of what I have been able to do in my career and personal life-I want to leave my mark in this world.

I saw my hero yesterday (the first time since the election) and she looked positively amazing. I don't know why this surprised me, she is the type of person who, when she falls, gets back up and keeps pressing forward. But let me state that I don't believe she fell, she was pushed down because voters chose a lesser candidate. But still, she had clearly brushed herself off and continued her ways. I also learned that I was right when I assumed that the type of person she was on the campaign trail was the type of person she was all of the time; kind, concerned for others, selfless, intelligent, and so many other great things. She leaves me in awe that one person possesses all that is good in society!

I guess what I might be trying to say is that sometimes we focus on the negatives in politics and in politicians. We, often times, only remember the Tom Delay's, the Watergate's, etc...and forget there are people, like Jana Jones, who represent traits and demonstrate actions that are not only admirable but desperately needed in this world.

You are still my hero, Jana.

13 comments:

Jessica said...

I hope Blake and I aren't the only ones who will still blog here. Blake isn't a Democrat and I don't attend BYU-Idaho so it seems rather silly that we would be the only two carrying the torch...

jamesp said...

Let. It. Go.

Jessica said...

Don't. Read. If. You. Aren't. Interested. Free. Agency. It's. A. Good. Thing.

dem said...

This. Blog. Is. A. Joke. But. Hey. Typing. Like. This. Is. Fun.

Jessica said...

Perhaps. Instead. Of. Criticizing. You. Can. Offer. Critique's. To. Help. Us. Improve. This. Blog. How. About. It. Dem. ?.

Blake Roberts said...

Domo. Omi. Gato. Mr. Roboto.

dem said...

Because. That. Is. What. Dems. Do. We. Criticize. Without. Offering. Solutions.

Jessica said...

That. Isn't. What. All. Dems. Do.

dem said...

Let's. Hope. That. Is. True. While. We. Are. In. Power.

Jessica said...

Yes. We. Shall. All. Hope. Pelosi's. 100. Hour. Plan. Is. More. Than. A. Catchy. Idea.

Blake Roberts said...

If. I. Were. A. Senator. I. Would. Filibuster. Just. Long. Enough. So. That. It. Took. Longer. Then. 100. Hours.

jensen said...

Since this stream is going no where fast; I would just like to try to tie it back to the real post. Watch the clip on this link, and take it for what it is worth to you guys. Yet, it is basic econ 101.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pfRUMmTs0ZA

Jessica said...

Way. To. Rain. On. Our. Parade. Jensen.