I know this will sound like 'sour grapes', but it is the truth: the left stole this election. There is no question about this in my mind at all. There was voter fraud everywhere, voter intimidation, disenfranchising of the military–you name it, they did it. If this election had been run fairly, Romney would have won.
This is what is really discouraging–that our country is in the hands of frauds, cheats, opportunists, and cutthroats. May God have mercy on us all.
I honestly don't know how we survive the next four years. I really don't. National security, our allies being jettisoned and our enemies embraced, the new 'freedoms' Obama will somehow miraculously attain in his second term, decreased energy exploration, increased energy costs, increased inflation, increased taxation, decreased personal freedoms, the SCOTUS being stacked for life with leftists...
Our only course is impeachment over Benghazi. Will that happen? I'm certainly not going to hold my breath... The HOUSE seldom looses.
I'm not sure if I should put my flag at half mast and/or upside-down right now.
My first client and I may have to part ways today. It depends on her. She's an elderly Catholic, and a vehemently ignorant Obama supporter. (I know, you can't explain that.)
Also, she is certain that I don't even know how to work a mop. Or vacuum properly. Or sweep a floor. And I'm never EXACLY on time. In other words, she's a controlling beast that is incapable of being satisfied.
We are not supposed to talk politics/religion at work, but she will not take no for an answer. I try to deflect the conversation or pretend to not have a WHOLE LOT of opinion, but to no avail.
She has excoriated me on politics, saying Romney is the most crooked man alive; he owns all of the voting machines (guess he should've bought more) and she has no idea what Benghazi even is. She's rudely dug at me over my religious denomination multiple times. If she starts up today, I may just have to walk out and take the hit on hours. My supervisor knows 'how she is'. Hopefully she can find someone else for me to see.