There clearly will be disappointed voters with the outcome of the presidential election. What if your candidate doesn't prevail?
If you want Senator Obama to win, how will you react if he happens to lose? If you want Senator McCain to win, how will you react if he looses? Think about it for a moment.
Whatever word you want to use...historic, unprecedented, polarizing...it seems we are at another huge turning point in American history with this election.
When you're at a turning point it seems there are two ways to go...up or down. Will we be able to find common ground for the common good as a nation, while holding onto our core beliefs, or will we only be driven further apart.
It would seem that how people react following this election, regardless of what they think about it, will tell a lot about what kind of people we really are.
After all, if you don't like the outcome, you have four years to affect a positive change!
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