BP Member BeeQuiet35 has been selected as the winner of NewsOne's "100 Words for 100 Days" contest.
BeeQuiet35, whose real name is Bernard Wesley Clark, Jr., won $100 for writing 100 words about President Barack Obama's first 100 days in office.
"President Obama has demonstrated assertive leadership, quality decision making, innovative economic planning, and responsible international relations; all qualities that speak to his 65% approval rating in our country. At the pace our President has been moving at to pull America out of the proverbial "ditch" former-President Bush has driven our country into, I am proud to say that in just 100 days he has achieved development. I have been writing sonnets to commemorate our President's first 100 days in office, which I have been posted on Black Planet since he took office because I believe in our first African-American President."
We congratualte Mr. Clark, and thank all of the Black Planet members and NewsOne readers who contributed!
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