The band is playing somewhere, and somewhere hearts are light,
And somewhere men are laughing, and somewhere children shout . . .
Which, after everything is said and done, describes America, even if the election didn't go the way we each may have wanted.
Congratulations to everyone out there who likes Obama. I hope you continue to like him, since I hope he does a good enough job that we can get to like him. I recognize that he's in charge now (or will be once he hits office), and I plan to uphold him and pray for him so he can be the best leader he can be, the duty of any true American hero. While I don't expect much good out of him, I look forward to being proved wrong.
On what is, for me, a much more cheerful note, the votes are in from across the nation:
Arizona's proposition 102:
Florida's Proposition 2:
California's Proposition 8:
Ameican voters have chosen, once again, to defend the family, our rights as parents, our rights as voters and our religious rights. And, in small small measure, my faith in America is restored. God bless America, and may we continue to live so that He may continue to do so.