I love my job and in fact, I really like the people for whom I work. I felt that exact way in 2007 as well. I loved my job and the people for whom I worked and then those people left and someone moved into a leadership position with whom I was diametrically and philosophically opposed. But no matter how much I disagreed with him and his policies (which I honestly believed to be BAD for students) I had a job to do. My job and my mission did not change just because I was all of a sudden working for a person who wanted very different things than I did.
The same thing goes for the American people. Some of you wanted a new "boss" for the next four years, but instead you got a person that you feel you are diametrically and philosophically opposed to. ....much like I felt in 2007.
But you know what? We still have a job to do and a mission to fulfill. We are Americans. So let's get busy working to make our country great again. There are good days ahead. I just know it.
Yay! I too felt happy to wake up and know that President Obama has 4 more years. You are right, we, as a country need to just all pull together and get some stuff done in the coming 4 years. We have a lot to do, but we can do it, I have faith. :)
So true! Feelings seem to be running very high this year at election time. And with American society getting more and more polarized, it really is time to pull together and achieve a lot of greatness together!
"A Gallup poll released earlier this autumn showed that 96 percent of Danes would vote for President Obama over Republican candidate Mitt Romney."
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