The election was disappointing for me, but Jesus is still Lord. He WOULDN'T be if it was up to the democrats, but they have no say in it (nor do the rest of us). As the guy at the link before this post pointed out, at lot of the fault lies with the mainline republican leadership. I blame a lot of it not on the voters on left (we already KNEW they were insane), but on the mindless middle, who vote whichever way the wind blows or the money flows, if they bother to vote at all.
My home state of West Virginia showed its own overall lack of intelligence by voting for what was called an anti-abortion amendment (it really wasn't), while re-electing an obviously pro-abortion candidate (Joe Manchin).
I was especially disappointed to see that my home county went for Manchin. When I was young, it was a republican stronghold of the state, . However, we've had a big influx of democrat yahoos from one particularly ignorant back-county and drug-dealing big-city types from a neighboring state. Plus, we have a college here, with the usual snowflakes attracted by most seats of supposed learning.
There will be no meaningful legislation coming out of Washington for at least two years, so I predict two years (at least) of executive orders. As I re-iterated yesterday, I knew our nation was lost when we were so immoral as to elect an obviously corrupt Bill Clinton for a second time. I have yet to see any reason to change my mind on the matter.
It's tempting to say "God help us," but there really IS some truth that God helps those who help themselves. Any nation that chooses to wallow in sin doesn't deserve His help. And the world still spins. Copyright 2018