Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Election Day

Looks like it will be a good day for republicans! I've been watching some of the returns and victory speeches. Many believe that getting republicans back in control of things in Washington is just what our country needs to turn things around--get our nation back on the right track.

Maybe so. I hope so. With all my heart, I pray so.

Problem is there are a few things (and only a few) I tend to have a short memory about. Seems like when republicans were in charge awhile back it wasn't all that good either. Then the democrats took control and lo and behold...still no good.

So I'm not impressed with anyone in Washington and it's difficult for me to be impressed with anyone going to Washington. Won't the good guys just turn bad once they get there?

Oh! What a wretched woman I am!

Seriously though, are we to believe our answers lie in which party rules the roost in Washington? I know it is what we're told to believe by Fox, CNN and even the pulpit of our churches.

But what about those of us who are a million shades of gray in between? Who do we get to vote for?

So folks--this is my one political rant, forgive me. I'll pick this conversation up again in two years!

Do you have a political rant? If so feel free to express yourself in my comment section. You can be safe in knowing that I'm gonna love ya whether we agree or not! It's America--we get to do that here!

Blessings of peace and all that is good,


Travis Cody said...

I would prefer to see the results be good for Americans.

Maxine said...

I think the message we can take from this is that we the people still have a say and for that I'm thankful. As a conservative, I'm thankful that there will be hopefully a curbing of the liberalism now, but I do not place all my hopes and dreams on any political party. As far as I'm concerned, they all need Jesus down there in Washington. But for now, I am so glad that no one now has too much power.

myletterstoemily said...

oh dear, so much pressure. i have no faith
in politics anymore. when i was younger, i
idolized ronald reagan, but since then i have
become cynical.

our only hope is in the Lord.

Deborah Ann said...

I didn't even vote yesterday. All the campaign promises, even by the good guys, seem to dissipate along the way. I have no faith in our government, but in God alone...

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