"Don't let the same bitterness seen in so many liberals, that nasty venom and vitriol so artfully concealed behind empty smiles and yoga pants and gritty spirulina smoothies, don't let it seep into your daily lives. Don't allow it to happen."
As the nasty comments to my blog start to roll in, simply because I did not support the winning candidate and for what I strongly believe to be very good reasons I will live life and encourage others to live life with the above quoted ideals.
I already received ONE very nasty hateful comment. I am sure more will roll in. There are millions of deranged people who now feel empowered by the new president elect, to behave and live in a MEANFUl way rather than meaningful way.
To paraphrase Sharpton and his cronies, "take a group of people, and teach them how disenfranchised they are and you have a movement."
We saw this in 1939 and we saw it again on the election day. "I, for one, have already lost confidence in the process. Wisconsin is corrupt." - James T. Harris
Jesse Jackson's tears would have been non existant has it been Mr. Harris himself who was the first African American to be voted as the next President of the United States. For him and those like him, it's not about having a black man in the highest office. It's just a tactic for the true movement they seek to impose in order to gain power.
I would have tearfully pulled the lever for James T. Harris, who has good in his heart and is righteous.