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Help Finding an Election Day Piece
June 3, 2009 10:24 AM   Subscribe

This is a shot in the dark, but maybe you well-read, politically minded people can help: I am trying to track down a short commentary I remember reading around election day 2008. It was written in a French newspaper, I believe, and it was a short piece, but the basic gist was: "Today we are one with america. that may change later, but today we're one" re: the Obama win. I feel like I saw it linked in Andrew Sullivan's Daily Dish, but couldn't find it in the archives. I was voraciously reading so many sites at the time that I have no idea where it actually was. It was just a beautiful piece and I would like to read it again and keep it around. If it rings a bell with someone, that would be great!
posted by knmr76 to Writing & Language (2 answers total)
 
Maybe this?
posted by OilPull at 11:03 AM on June 3, 2009


Hmm, not quite, but maybe you're onto something in that I'm probably thinking of the Le Monde 2001 headline.

Thanks for the suggestion, though!
posted by knmr76 at 12:46 PM on June 3, 2009


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