It was a tough night for Republicans, but life goes on. Many of us will make the best out of the situation and keep fighting the good fight. For their sake, the GOP leadership better take a hard look at itself and figure out what they need to do to regain power and keep it. For this election, I honestly think people voted on emotions and ignored the real issues. Yes, the economy is important but so are many other things. It will be interesting to see how many people end up with voterís remorse.
On the bright side Liberals are NEVER happy. They have happy moments like now, but it doesnít take long for them to start complaining. Gay marriage is now banned in AZ, FL and most likely CA (of all places) and that will ruin their day. Some liberals have already blamed Obamaís silence for their passage. HA!
As Sonnabend mentioned in another thread, we survived Clinton, Carter and the other presidents who flushed the US down the toilet. I think Obama is going to face a huge dilemma once this honeymoon period wears off. He did the switch and ran on a moderate platform. He sold the American people on the idea that he is a Centrist even though his record/actions donít show it. Unfortunately enough people drank the kool-aid and it got him elected. All we can do is wait and see.
I like this board and will stick around, but I am going to take a long break from watching TV. I don't really want to hear the pundits and the pollsters and all the opinions on why the election went the way it did. The people have spoken and elected the person who they felt would do a better job. No explanation needed.
The liberals want us to give up, so don't give them the satisfaction.