Alright folks- let's talk politics. You've read my previous post on the election day. It still holds. But let me share with you a few other pieces I found that are excellently written and make great points to ponder.
Found on Facebook by one of my family members:
"1) Remember when everyone who didn't want Obama in office thought the world was going to end in 2008/2012? It didn't. Same thing goes for this election. Life goes on. We'll endure and make it through these four years.
2) Calling a group of 59 million+ people racist, sexist, KKK supporters, uneducated, etc is unbelievably ignorant. There are other legitimate reasons people may have chosen to vote for Trump over Clinton, but grouping them all together under these terms goes exactly against the very motto the Democratic Party has been pushing these last few months: "Love Trumps Hate." So stop spreading more hate.
3) Just because I am glad Clinton lost doesn't mean I am happy about Trump winning.
If #2 specifically seems like something you absolutely can't stop doing or get your mind around as a Democrat who just watched Clinton lose, I would honestly love to have an open and honest discussion with you to try and help you see that there can be good in people you disagree with, and that we do need to come together as a country."
As expected, lots of articles are being written about a Trump Presidency. A link to the best one, one explaining why a large group of Christians could vote for a guy like Trump is below. Catch it before it disappears off USA Today. It's just too objective to last for long in a news format that is losing its balance on reporting vs. propaganda.
Regardless, we need to work together as a country, and we need to pray for it. The world is watching. Will democracy fail because the extreme liberal left is angry about the results? I hope not.