Well there’s no need to announce what the world already knows. Thankfully, no more mud slinging ads, no more knocks on the door, or junk mail.
We the people did our duty by voting (or not). Whether the candidate each person voted for won or not is not what’s important now. What’s important is, as McCain said in his speech this evening, that we put aside any differences to work together to make this a better place.
Easier said than done without a doubt, and our president elect has quite road ahead of him. It wont take long to see if he is going to sink or swim. Obviously, what any American wants to see is the success and growth of this nation and the people.
Tomorrow is a new day, in three months Obama will take his oath and hopefully lead this nation out the hole and help us rise up.
The last thing I want to mention, online, in the streets, in the office I have heard a lot of heated debates and pretty nasty remarks about political parties and the people representing those parties. Remember, they too are Americans, they too are human beings. Everyone should be treated with the same dignity and respect as the next person. If you don’t feel the same way, then maybe you are living in the wrong country.
Cheers to Obama on his victory, he is our president elect and I will support him as our president just as I would had McCain won.