It’s over … finally …. the longest campaign season in history is finally over! Below is a collection of immediate thoughts.
I never thought Donald Trump would get the nomination, let alone win … but he did. I not only accept the results, I accept the fact that I missed it on both counts.
Although I’m surprised he won, I’m not surprised she lost.
Yesterday I told a friend that if we knew before 10 pm, it would be an easy victory for Mrs. Clinton … but the longer it went into the night, advantage Mr. Trump … and about 9 pm I knew she was in trouble.
Her not speaking to supporters with a concession speech bothers me … and for some reason, I’m not surprised.
I took heat from a few partisans for my hope of divided government. Because they preferred all or nothing, a side of me is now smiling.
The Republican-led Senate proclaimed the Biden Rule regarding the Supreme Court vacancy, but now I don’t expect them to follow it.
The results do make me wonder about many things. I will continue to ponder, and time will tell what happens. After all, over-reaction is seldom a good idea.
Because the election is rigged, will he immediately step down? … Hey … someone had to ask! 🙂
I’ve always believed that the USA and its framework is stronger than any one person.
I’ve said on many occasions that if the president is successful, then the country is successful. Although I didn’t vote for him and casted a vote much more against him (than for her), I wish him well with hopes he governs toward the center. Although I expect to disagree with some (maybe even many) of his decisions and many (if not most) actions by the Republican Congress, it’s time to move on.
I’m extremely thankful for the end of the political ads! … and besides (as I can’t resist) all this is Obama’s fault. 😉