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Scarey stuff, indeed. I agree with you wholeheartedly. I'm just afraid that those who voted for him are going to make the rest of us suffer and suffer hard.

Carolyn in MN

I didn't eat the whole thing, but I did read it. Interesting indeed, and it will be interesting to see how the next period of time in our history unfurls. I hope it unfurls, rather than unravels.

Cindy Marsch

Jean, I have missed your blog on my Google Reader but it's on there as of today. I was amazed at how familiar so many of your photos look--silos, hills, corn fields, lonely roads, cats, cows. I think you'd feel right at home in Western Pennsylvania, so come visit one day soon! :-)


I really like what you have to say. I, too, am fearful for our nation and what this election means for our freedoms.


I did indeed read the whole thing. As a soldier who travels the globe, I see what the Bush Administration has done to our standing in the world - and it's not good. So, in that respect (meaning foreign "Republican fatigue" and unwillingness to listen to Americans without sarcasm and judgement) and in the respect that finally, we are seeing the ratification of our great constitution (meaning, TRULY, that all men are created equal - and our country has embraced that) BUT...
BUT...I still voted for McCain because ultimately, though I felt he might be the poorer choice for all kinds of international relations reasons, he was morally, most certainly, the better man.


i did read to the end - even though i have a much more hopeful outlook today. :)

one thing i've been amazed at is how people in different parts of the country view these issues. i guess you could see that on those election night red and blue maps.

well, we're all entitled to a good vent now and then. i hope things look brighter for you in the days to come!

Jana NC

I did read the whole thing, Jean, and I think you did a wonderful job of putting into words what I've been thinking all day. Obama has some mighty huge expectations on his shoulders from folks all over the nation and world. I hope he can deliver just some of the hope and unity he has promised. Otherwise, I'm afraid we will be set in a direction we should never have gone in.

Kim in NC

I did read to the end and we are of like minds. Here in North Carolina every race but one that I voted for went the other way. I still have hope though. Three months ago I had never heard of Sarah Palin and I'm sure there are more new faces on the horizon.
I'm trying to convince my husband to move to a farm so that we can get a donkey!


Very well said! I tried to blog about it myself, but I couldn't get my point across! I'm gonna post a link to this on my blog if you don't mind.


You have put into words my very thoughts. It is very scary times indeed for our county and all Christians. Our moral fiber not only as Christians but as a country are being put to a very serious test. We need to all pray together.

APril Mullen

Hello Jean,
I was on the WTM forum and popped over here to read a review of Signs and Seasons. I decided to stay awhile and look around your blog. I agree with you on this issue, and three months into the new year I am not pleased with the direction we are headed. My prayers are with our President, and I hope he remembers that he is president of all the people of America, not just those who agree with his very liberal agenda. Another thing to ponder: why would anyone want the job?

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