I don't do posts about politics for many reasons. But this is different, the day after a historic election.
First of all, do NOT make assumptions about how I voted. Voting is a personal thing. If you are a D or R and want the world to know about what you stand for, good for you. I consider voting a right and privilege not to be taken for granted. I am not a Republican or Democrat, and I never vote for a straight party ticket.
The good thing about politics is the passion involved. The bad thing about politics is the passion involved.
I resented the comment in today's Whig from the woman who said "I can't believe people are this gullible" and blamed Obama winning on the media. Equally resented a number of Democrats who complained about an aspiring young R and a county board seat.
I listened to the candidates. I determined if there was media spin. I made informed decisions, and I consider myself blessed to live in the greatest country on earth.
And, to the imbecile who suggested we should all move to Canada after this presidential election .... I still have dual citizenship.
So go ahead and move. I'll warn my brethren to the north, eh?