From American Thinker, "A terrible blow," pretty much sums it up.
I do not think the American people have a clue as to what's coming. I was not in this fight for the "my side won, yours lost" angle. This is not a fucking game. We conservatives truly, deeply believe that the course we were (are) on was (is) dangerous and fraught with peril.
Last evening before leaving work a co-worker wished me luck. I told him not to wish me luck, but to wish the country luck.
A terrible blow to the country. I won't say a blow from which we will not recover because we cannot know that. But it does have that feel.
The torch is passed to Allen West if the Republicans are not their usual clueless selves.
Elizabeth Warren won in Massachusetts. Even given that it is Mass, that says a lot about the country. A liar, a hater of capitalism, an opponent that it was easy to vote for and yet...she won.
Obama thinks the world loves him. He doesn't know that it is laughing at him. China wants what we have. The Islamists think their hour has struck. The Saudis are undermining us through their worldwide placement of madrassas. The Saudis have seen off the Ottoman Empire, the British Empire and they are going to see us off.
U.S. government finances are in complete chaos, in complete freefall.
And the American public has reelected a man who knows nothing about any of these problems, who has just disgraced himself with our fighting forces, and who hates the last 236 years of American history.
Let's hope all this means that the world needs AT even more.
It makes you respect Winston Churchill when he foresaw the future with such clarity and nobody would listen to him. And he was right...the Munich Agreement WAS the end of the British Empire.
Adam Smith said "there is a lot of ruin in a nation." Let's hope he was right.