My concession speech is on the sidebar of my blog today.
You're right, of course. The main freedoms - speech, dissent, voting - are still alive. So long as those remain, we are not without hope, no matter who is in office today.
I so agree. :)
Tabor, you repeat my words :)
yes, we need cooperation not conflict. i pray we can do this.
I couldn't agree more.CC
That's right. I appreciated this sentiment in both Romney's concession speech, and Obama's acceptance: work together.
Yes! Let's all get our heads out of our politics long enough to do the actual work together.
I agree wholeheartedly. I have been dismayed today by the vitriol I have seen on Facebook, from people I thought I knew. It goes to show that you never really know a person as well as you think.
I don't think that willl ever happen. It is far too late now...
Hear hear! Now is the time for the US to unite!
It has been a hard fight. I am not in a conciliatory mood at this point.
I don't think that compromise is in their vocabulary...the Democrats are to far left and the Republicans are to far right. There is no middle ground any more.I read John 12:40 this morning and I see our government in a nutshell.
So pledged. Since we are a two-party house, I always have to work at this.
Having just accidentally dipped a toe in a very nasty blog, I worry that we have nothing in common. I choose to believe you. Because the other is not good for my heart.
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