Because Everybody Is Entitled To My Opinion

"O LORD, revive thy work in the midst of the years, . . . in wrath remember mercy" (Habakkuk 3:2).
"Wilt thou not revive us again: that thy people may rejoice in thee?" (Psalm 85:6)

Tuesday, November 04, 2008

Its Over

Well they declared Obama the winner and McCain gave his concession speech.  Our next President will be Barack Hussein Obama.  Unless he is somehow declared unqualified because he is not a U.S. citizen. But what are the chances that a Democrat controlled Administration would launch an investigation into his citizenship.

Oh well. I would like to thank my family who overwhelmingly voted for Obama. NOT! They completely neutralized and reversed my carefully researched and thought out decision for McCain.  I will be more than happy when the economic roof caves in to stand and laugh at them and say "I told you so!"  Bitter? Oh just a tad but not to the degree moonbats were after the second bush victory. No Post Traumatic Obama Syndrome for me. 

What else, oh yeah. Gains in the senate. Ohio turns blue with democrats in control.  The only electoral joy I had today was the local casino bill went down in flames. In fact all the state and local issues went the way I wanted. Thank you Lord for small blessings.

So now what? McCain gave an awesome concession speech. The man has dignity and poise and said some very encouraging things. But unfortunately I was watching PBS and they chimed in afterwards with commentary using words like "rhetoric" and "archaic". In fact the whole MSM seemed lock in the midst of an Obama lovefest the entire day.

I guess that means for the next four ears at least, I will be scrutinizing and making fun of President Obama and  his administration.  I wonder if Comedy Central will put on a sitcom "That's My Obama". I'd think it would be funny but you know liberals.
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Anonymous said...

I am just..... at a loss. I am so saddened by this. Especially living in Chicago, we've had him forced down our ever loving throats for the past year. We hear about him EVERYWHERE we turn. I have a small group of friends who are mourning along with us, we all really wanted McCain in office. Sigh. I can't bear to think about it right now.

Anonymous said...

Hurray, in spite of you haters out there, you are missing the historic significance. It was time for the birth of this social and political change in this country.You can't stop a birth. Sorry that you feel the way you do about the rest of your family. Maybe they recognize something more profound that you refuse to realize.How would your grandparents or your great-granparents feel about last night's
historic moment. Your G-Ma was born in the 1800's without the right to vote, and was double-discriminated against because she was born on a reservation.Stop drinking Haterade!

Qtpies7 said...

Historic or not, we are going to shortly see how "wonderful" change is. I wonder if that means my husband won't have to replace the job he is about to lose when the company he works for has to pay tons of taxes to fund us middle class people. Can he just sit at home and let hte rich people pay his way?
He doesn't have that in him, but I can see many people loving it. Why should they strive to be successful when they won't get to keep their money and will get paid even if they aren't successful.

Either way, we are most likely kissing our income good-bye soon.