Oh Henry! For some the words may evoke thoughts of tasty fudge, peanuts, and caramel candy. Others might be reminded of the famed American author, O. Henry. The statement may stir an apocryphal debate. Did the writer's work inspire the confection creator to call his chocolate bar "Oh Henry!" or did the strange name originate closer to home. Inventor of the sugary food, Tom Henry, may know for sure. However, while I trust thetale would fascinate many, on this occasion the use of exclamation is not meant to speak to sweets. I wish to offer my thanks to Cable News Network'sEd Henry.
Minutes ago, in a Press Conference held in Chicago with President Elect Barack Obama, Correspondent Ed Henry asked the soon-to-be inaugurated change candidate what many Americans, or at least I desire to address. I paraphrase since the transcripts are not yet available. Mister Henry posed, 'Countless announced Cabinet appointees seem to be persons from Clinton Administration. What happened to the change we can believe in?'
Hope for Hillary springs eternal. This deed is done. Numerous accounts say the documents are signed. The die was cast, perchance before the public knew what they might say or do. Change has come; yet, it has been thwarted with but a single statement. Hillary Clinton will be Secretary of State,according to news sources. Today, as more than a decade ago, First Lady Clinton is welcomed into the White House.