Monday, November 5, 2012

The Day After Tomorrow

Day after tomorrow, half the country will be jubilant, and the other half will be sure the country is going to hell in a handbasket.

(There is no significance as to the placement of these photos. The Blogger software has a mind of its own.)

The tendency will be to gloat in victory, or to start packing for a move to another country -- where the idiots haven't taken over -- in defeat.

Of course, I hope my candidate wins, as is only right and proper. But I try to hold in my heart that some 

of my loveliest friends who support the other person feel as sincerely about their candidate as I do about mine and would disagree with my assessment that they are woefully uninformed. Maybe even some of those who aren't as lovely aren't really evil and bent on destroying our way of life.  So I'm reminding myself to try to be gracious, whatever the outcome. Trying really hard!
See you soon.


  1. Regardless of who "wins", no one has "won" if the parties won't work together on consensus to solve problems. So let's hope and pray that they will work together, regardless

  2. We all win when this 'record setting for spending' election is over. I just keep wondering if all of that money wouldn't have served a better purpose spent somewhere else. Hoping for the best possible outcome for the nation and an end to the political divide.