Senator Barack Hussein Obama has been elected the 44th President of the United States. And while I didn’t vote for him, he will be my President because he will be America’s President. This is what separates the left “Bush ain’t my President” and the right. We recognize that the office, if not the man, deserve respect. And so come January 20th, 2009, Senator Obama will become my President. And while he is my President, I will pray for him to make wise decisions and to “preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States.”
So, several things need to be said:
- The next person who tells me that Americans are racist will get laughed at full in the face by me. This election should put paid to the idea that American’s are horrible racists.
- On that day in January, President Bush will hand over the reins of power to the newly-sworn in President Obama, contrary to what some people might think. One of the reasons why America is great is the way the presidency of this nation is handed off from one political party to another without bloodshed.
- If you are ever a candidate for President, don’t concede the race until after all the polls have closed across the nation. Don’t do what President Carter did in 1980 and Senator McCain in 2008.
- There will be no call for voter fraud investigation of ACORN by the new powers that be.
- America will weather the coming socialist policies that President-elect Obama will champion, but I feel really sorry for the Iraqi people when he chooses to end the war there rather than win the war there. And while we have won the war, and won the peace, it’s not too late for Democrats to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory there.
- I am so glad the election ads are over.
- While the Fairness Doctrine bill may not be the first one handed off to President Obama to sign, it will be within the first five. That part of the First Amendment that says, “Congress shall make no law … abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press,” won’t matter to the Democrats when they are ready to take revenge on talk radio. >
- Any chance of the mainstream media of doing a good job of investigating President-elect Obama has just gone out the window.
- But in the end, I will never have to worry about paying for gas or a mortgage ever again because Obama will be our next President.