Today millions are celebrating the victory of their candidate. Others of us are mourning the loss of a hope that we had for conservative principles and leadership.
It may take some time for us to work through that sense of loss and re-group with other like-minded individuals.
An ABC representative interviewed on KSL radio this morning commented that most politicians are 'self-serving'. Despite his rhetoric we have no way of knowing just what Obama will do once he enters the White House. We won't know until he gets there if he will remain leftist or center himself more in an effort to pull the nation together as he has claimed.
I believe he'll remain closer to what he's been in the past especially since Reid and Pelosi are part of the threesome. That whole thought should not be a pleasant one for any of us; even Democrats. Balance in power is one of the things that we need most in Washington. Without it many important and informed voices in the nation will not be heard.
And, with the Senate and House both having gained more seats for Democrats; we're in for a rocky ride. In an already tough state-of-being this may be more than we can handle. We must keep ourselves rooted to true principles and pray for our elected officials.