"I feel Barack Obama will be an excellent President."
Well, if we learned anything from this election, it's that feelings matter more than facts.
"Not only is he the Man for the Job"
Based on what?
"he is the one that can get this country back on track."
What track would that be?
"I feel he can and will work across party lines."
Really. And you think Rahm Emannuel is going to help him do that? Here's something to understand, the President either signs bills or he doesn't. It's really hard to imagine how he will do either in any kind of bi-partisan way, unless you're back to feelings mattering more than facts. The "bi-partisanship" needs to take place in Congress. If it doesn't, the President is powerless to make it so.
"I feel his working out, is helping him such much in dealing with the stress of being in such a position as the President -Elect soon to be President, he is under and yet is able to handle it so very well."
Of course, it's also possible that he simply doesn't grasp what he's getting into. The substance (or lack thereof) in his speeches seem to suggest this more than they do any amount of exercise.
I wish him well, too, but I deal in facts. We'll see what they are in a few months. Well, I'll see what they are. You'll probably still be focused on how you feel about it all.