I feel an exhausted sort of relief that its over, and a numb feeling all over knowing that we now have Obama as leader of our formerly sovereign nation.
I'm just sorry that racial bigotry had to win out and that racism had to get in the way of honest judgment. America has voted in a president who has no experience, supports the killing of unborn CHILDREN, who will sign treaties that give away our rights to the protection of our own government and place us and our children at the mercy of "world courts", who, with a democratic congress will spread socialism by taxing the rich until they are poor and setting up government run programs to do what responsible citizens should be doing and would be doing if they didn't see they could get a handout.
That's the way it is cold hard facts. We didn't need the first black president. We needed a man who could do the job and help our nation to survive without media coverup and lies while we are going through a tough time.
I am not going to move to England or Europe, or any country (believe it or not, I have the opportunity). I am going to stay and fight for what is right and not let a lazy bunch of whiners vote in a president who gives them free stuff. If there is no other result from this election, it makes me only want to fight harder to make a difference.
To sum it up in one sentence: I want to use bad words right now, but Jesus won't let me.
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