DEFINED IN MERRIAM WEBSTER DICTIONARY…
1 a: to make different in some particular : alter <never bothered to change the will> b: to make radically different : transform <can\'t change human nature> c: to give a different position, course, or direction to
2 a: to replace with another <let\'s change the subject> b: to make a shift from one to another : switch <always changes sides in an argument> c: to exchange for an equivalent sum of money (as in smaller denominations or in a foreign currency) <change a 20-dollar bill> d: to undergo a modification of <foliage changing color> e: to put fresh clothes or covering on <change a bed>intransitive verb1: to become different <her mood changes every hour>2of the moon : to pass from one phase to another
3: to shift one\’s means of conveyance : transfer <on the bus trip he had to change twice>
4of the voice : to shift to lower register : break
5: to undergo transformation, transition, or substitution <winter changed to spring>
6: to put on different clothes <need a few minutes to change for dinner>
— chang·er noun
— change hands
: to pass from the possession of one owner to that of another <money changes hands many times>
REAL CHANGE is moving in a new direction from politics the last 20 years. For 20 years now there has been a BUSH or Clinton in the WHITE HOUSE. That\’s a long time for two families to hold unto the Presidency. I feel Real Change is a shift from polarizing politics that these two families have festered in modern politics. I can\’t vote for the Clintons because i feel betrayed by the trust I cast in a vote in 1996 for Bill Clinton only to find out his infidelity\’s and then the spin to blame a right wing conspiracy on Bills behavior. Real Change is having a good Democrat President that will not be burdened by so much scandal and divisiveness and will lead with honor and respect for the office of President of The United States.
Barack Obama\’s Real Change has substance and means a lot for most Americans that want something different in Washington.