Tuesday, November 4, 2008

I'm Crushed!

Fresh from Fox News - Obama was elected President.

I'm devestated. I'm speechless. I'm scared for our nation's future. I am disappointed in the media for promoting him and crushing McCain. Liberal media sucks! I am disappointed in uneducated votes. I am frustrated by the votes that were decided purely on race.

As for now, I'll stay in the U.S.A. I have extremely low expectations for Obama and think that our great nation will regret the day they elected a man with a lack of morals, terrorist ties, and has limited knowledge of war. Don't be surprised to some day read a post from me saying we're moving. I have always been extremely patriotic and so very proud of our country. I hope Obama doesn't single-handedly ruin the country that so many men and women have fought to keep it safe and free.

Expect a lot of bitching from me over the next 4 years.

I must be having a nightmare. Someone pinch me and tell me this was all a dream.


OrdnerFam3 said...

I can't believe what America has done. I've been on the computer all night not listening to much of the election because what I did see made me ill! I just checked your blog before I went to bed and found out the news. I'm sick now!

Chris said...

Babe, I'll have to agree with you. I get a sick feeling in my stomach thinking that Obama is going to be the next president of the United States. I also think Obama is going to lead this great country down the wrong path. Obama is way to socialist for the USA. Why should someone be rewarded for being lazy and the next guy rebuked for being successful? Obama, how can our country elect someone with a muslim name (with terrorist ties) only 7 years after Sept. 11th? Maybe we will get lucky and the guy with the lawsuit about Obama proving he is a natral born American citizen will win and Obama will be denied his presidency.

I too am extremely disappointed in the media. I feel the media was extremely unfair in this election and the average American didn't realize how biased the media was. Anyway, I could go on about this for hours, and noone wants to hear me bitch anymore, so I'll just go to bed. Goodnight and Good Luck to the U.S.A. I only pray that I can still say I'm proud to be an American in 4 years!

Sarah D said...


I am saddened that you think that the fact that Obama has what you call a "Muslim" name was/should be a reason for him not be elected.

This country has grown so much, enough that last night they elected a black man to be the next President of the USA. A black man that was not named Steve or Jim.

The face of America has changed so much. Perhaps Obama knew that Joe the Plumber really was not the average joe anymore. What is average now is so much different.

I understand you are dissapointed. I understand Christina is dissapointed, but give it a chance, don't count him out yet, don't count us out yet. Americans were so hungry for a change, it may have not been the change you wanted, but perhaps it can be a good thing.


Anonymous said...

I understand your frustration with the election. Although I am not a supporter of everything Obama stands for I am a supporter of our nation. So with every President that we do not fully agree with we still have to fully support him because our country does need a change. Without a change, we are a dying nation! So, past your personal opinions remember Obama is still an American and although not the American you wish to run our nation- he is going to. So, remember not to denounce this nation but try to embrace the changes he promises that will hopefully turn this country around. And remember a few words from the nect President himself and although these words are from his 2004 speech at the Democratic National Convention they mean even more today):

"There is not a liberal america and a conservative america, there is the United States of America....the pundits like to slice and dice our Country into red states and blue states...but I got news for them...we worship an awesome God in the blue states....and We don't like federal agents poking around in our libraries in the red states...we coach little league in the blue states...and yes, We have some gay friends in the red states...there are patriots who opposed the war in Iraq and there are patriots who supported the war in Iraq...We are one people, all of us pledging allegence to the stars and stripes...in the end, that's what this election is about: Do We participate in the politics of cynicism or do We participate in the politics of hope?...in the end, that is God's greatest gift to Us, the bedrock of this nation...a belief in things not seen---a belief that there are better days ahead...I belief that We can find working families opportunity...America, tonight...if We do what We must do...from Florida to Oregon...this Country will reclaim its promise...and a brighter day will come."

So, dispite your views still have faith in this country and pray for the nation over the next few years that the changes you do not agree with will do the exact opposite you except them to and raise our nation out of the rut we are digging ourselves into!!!

Anonymous said...

Some of us have dealt with 8 yrs. of unhappiness with Bush.. However, we went along on his ride. You can't really tell me that you feel Bush did our country any good?? Can you?? Our country needs change,but we need everyones support. Give this a chance. Cut Obama some slack.. He won this long battle fair and square with dignity. Unfortunately McCain/Palin did not.. those chose the usual mudslinging antics.

Sugar Sweet Thoughts said...

Anonymous, please from now on post your name on your comments.

Sorry to hear that you've been so unhappy for the last 8 years. As a veteran that served in the middle east, I can tell you that Bush has done a lot of good. Let me also remind you that the economy got worse after the Democrats took over the house.

I truly love our great nation. I hope and pray that I am completely wrong about Obama.

Candy said...

I agree with you completely about the election. He is not the right man to be running this country. I do not believe he has allegiance to the USA-just do your homework as well as everyone should have-about his campaign contributions from his middle eastern friends-oh I know, this is misinformation according to the liberal right wing people but again these people need to do their research. I did on several topics. I found some to be false but most were founded. This is the 1st election that I spent so much time researching these candidates. I really fear for any person in the military. The people who have family in the military and voted this man in office have gravely put their family in harms way(moreso than they have been) as well as all military personnel around the world. It makes me sick that, again people will argue not, it was about race. Most stations last night talked so much about how this was such a victory for the African Americans. My question is this-if it is not about race then why bring it up constantly how it is a such a victory. If it is not about race, why should it matter what his color is? I do not judge someone by their looks, color,etc so why do I have to be reminded about him being a black man. Is that not obvious. I guess you can put a spin on anything if you have a sharp enough tongue. Sorry for the lengthy speal but I am sick over this because our national security is at risk now and I have to worry what the next 4 years are going to bring in terms of the country's safety.

Dawn said...

Christina, I love you regardless that our political views are completely on the opposite end of the spectrum. I am glad, however, that Bush is leaving the office. I don't feel he was the right man to be there. I don't think Kerry would've done much better though. I did make an informed decision. And I do feel that Obama is the right man for the job. His skin color was not a factor for me or for any of Weldon's black friends. I'm also relieved that America felt comfortable enough to see beyond a "funny" name. Perhaps America is moving beyond fear due to a lack of understanding of someone else's race/religion/upbringing. For me, I'm thoroughly excited and I look forward to 2009!