Wishing I Was Wrong

While Arizona Republic writer Dan Nowicki has written a post mortem on the Presidential Election, all he had to do was go back to my February 11th post of this year – “President Barack Obama” and traject to the present.

This fall, Americans will choose between a party divider and a party uniter, old blood vs new blood, aged vs. energy, cynicism vs. inspiration.

Yes, I was one of McCain’s harshest critics from the very beginning but he ultimately won me over because of his historic stature and position on issues critical. And yes, Sarah Palin did indeed energize our base and give many people a reason to vote for John McCain.

But as I said in my earlier post,

Yes, I’ll be voting for the GOP nominee like many of you but I’m afraid our vote won’t be enough to overcome the momentum building among people who believe this is their time especially during times like these.

Ultimately, its a horrific irony that the very government sponsored enterprises (Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae) which Senator McCain warned us about in 2005 dramatically worsened the race for John McCain. Those two Democrat-protected institutions began the domino effect on the economy’s collapse when he had a real shot of winning.


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