It's going to be nice to have a president who has correct grammar. That, in itself, should change the way the president creates decisions. I'm not too sure how Bush ever got elected with his IQ, but somebody who can speak as eloquent as Obama, can think in a logical and chronological order and thus, create the best decisions for such critical problems.
I'm worried the economy is going to continue to go in a downward spiral, and crime and violence is going to sore. When minorities are suppose to be using this ego-boost to overcome their inner fears and insecurities, I'm worried that poverty (created due to the economy) is only going to make things worse.
I hope that Obama can think outside the box and maybe come up with other ways to "bail out" the economy. I think all this "bailing out" is, for sure, going to make all of us pay more in the future.
He's got a lot on his plate. I just hope, with his intelligence, that he will be able to overcome the obstacles that Bush has left us in.
Anyway, as far as changing me...It'll be amazing to have a president who I can somewhat relate to since I started voting. I started voting at the age of 18 (when I first took Political Science as a senior in high school), so it's going to be completely new to me to have somebody intelligent in the white house since I've been "politically conscious".