Saturday, December 08, 2012


Let me just say, I hate politics. Yet this year, I was extremely excited to vote for some change. I do NOT agree with how the past 4 years have gone for our country and was not looking forward to what the next 4 years would bring us if there was NOT change. A lot of prayer went in to this election for me as I know it did for many others. I tried to remain optimistic about the situation. I thought most people could see that change needed to happen. I felt that Obama was voted over Bush 4 years ago because people wanted change, not because Obama was really better, but people were done with Bush and what he did/didn't do. That gave me the feeling that most people could see that even though Romney wasn't perfect, that Obama didn't do much and what he did do wasn't good. I, along with others in my community, were feeling good about the outcome of the election. I was over cleaning our old house the night of the announcement. I remember looking at my phone as I received a notification on my phone that Obama won. I just started crying. To be honest, he scares me. I just have to remember what the scriptures have said, the world will get a lot worse the closer it gets to the second coming. Although many of you might not agree with my feelings towards Obama, that's ok. This blog is kind of my journal and I want to write this and keep it for future use. I am hoping that the next 4 years won't be as scary as I think they will be and remember the Lord knows how things are supposed be and we are under his care.

1 comment:

Lisa said...

Well said! I am way burned out on politics and I don't think I will ever let myself get that emotionally involved in an election ever again. So I won't really share my feelings other than to say that I agree with everything you said. Here's to hoping it's not as bad as we think it will be.