Yay Team November 9, 2016Posted by Fritz in Yachts and other things that float.
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The morning after…emotions are high. After enduring 8 years of my team losing, we finally won.
At 2:45 this morning when the race was called by Fox, I was so tempted to run outside, stand in the middle of my driveway and gleefully scream away 8 years of frustration. Eight years of enduring the nightmare of having a socialist in the White House. Eight years of hearing smug, liberal hypocrites tell me I’m a racist. Eight years of watching the Constitution trampled and liberty reduced to a fleeting thought.
My faith in the American people has been restored—for now. Is Trump the right man for the job? We will see. I can absolutely say Hillary was the wrong woman. Our Republic came within a whisker of falling to the Progressive onslaught. A Clinton presidency would have driven the final nail into that coffin. They were oh so close.
But as Trump said in his acceptance speech early this morning, there’s no time to waste. We must start to reverse the abomination of the past 8 years and begin to rebuild the institutions that have been overrun by the Left. It needs to start in the schools. American History, taught without the guilt-ridden spin the left shames white males with, needs to be mandatory in every grade through high school. American students need to know how this country was founded and the principals our way of life is based on.
The media needs to be called out for their bias—consumers have a choice and should exercise it.
Political correctness needs to be challenged whenever it happens. It is used as a weapon by the Left to stigmatize anyone who dares speak the truth— that can no longer go unchecked.
The Left has been working diligently for nearly 100 years to ‘fundamentally change’ America. This one election will only stave off that unrelenting quest for 4 or possibly 8 years. The enemy will not rest. They will be working hard to regroup and rethink how to destroy the system that is the greatest yet devised by man. I thank God a majority, as slim as it was, realized the peril we faced with a Hillary win.
So today I smile. For the first time in 8 years I am proud of my country. My team won.