The excitement buzzing at the polling place yesterday was tangible. The heaviness in my heart was, too, while I carried my empty ballot, voted, and cast my choice into the pool.
So today my hopeful passion for a McCain-Palin victory is gone and in the aftermath, I will soon have a US President that I will never trust.
Perhaps liberals and Democrats have the same negative feeling about Bush and perhaps these feelings were the only political capital needed to sway the goofy popular vote.
The loudest message during the campaign was, 'See that guy? Yeah, Bush. I'm not anything like him. Vote for me!'
A close friend opined that people in Massachusetts would rather vote for a dead tree than anyone resembling a Bushie.
The victor is completely unlike Bush. It's true. And the pit of my stomach boils out of love and concern for America.
Until I know an answer, my concerned curiosity is unswayed regarding the simple citizenship of our new President. Was he born in Kenya and registered in Hawaii? Does his Presidency violate the simplest requirement set forth in our US Constitution?
I will never trust him because of this and all of the reasons listed previously in my posts.
So it is time to watch and to pay attention and perhaps use our American political system, while we still have it, to fight for the freedoms that are key to our fine nation.
I could start simply by asking:
Who paid for his ego bath last night as he celebrated his victory among throngs of enraptured followers?
As a taxpayer, I certainly hope that my federal taxes did not.
Is it too much to ask for a humble, frugal celebration in the time of economic decline or dare I say depression?