"Yes We Can!" was the rallying cry for Barack Obama throughout his campaign. But it could just as easily have been that familiar refrain originally coined by Tug McGraw. In 1973, it was 25 men rallying together, and riding their belief all the way to the World Series.
35 years later, over 50 million Americans believed in Barack Obama, and he rode that wave to an overwhelming and historic victory in Tuesday's Presidential election. 50 million Americans beleived in Change, a new Attitude and new Ideas. 50 million people examined the two candidates and they believed Barack Obama was the better man.
And because so many of us believed, this morning, we can now believe in a new day and a new direction for our country.