Tuesday, November 4, 2008


The polls have closed. Now it's the waiting game. I just want to take a minute to thank everyone on both sides of the issues. I love this country. I am so grateful that I live in a country that allows us to voice our opinions. Sometimes the vote goes our way and sometimes it doesn't. But in the end, we are all Americans and it is the process that is what makes this such a wonderful country. I am proud to be an American. :)



Jessie Mae said...

TOUCHDOWN! I heard through thew news that we WON!

CaliforniaCrusader said...

Have you heard the latest news about the new No on 8 website? Check it out here. . .

Beetlebabee said...

I find it wonderful that other faiths have stood with the LDS church and not let them take the flak alone.

Los Angeles interfaith leaders voiced their support for the LDS church this afternoon, saying: “The peaceful faiths, families, educators, activists, and community servants who make up the protect Marriage Coalition are saddened to hear of the continued targeted attacks on the Mormon people during and after the conclusion of this fair and certified election. Like many churches, the family is the anchor of the LDS faith and it is no surprise that its members in California joined other faiths in giving everything they had to Proposition 8.“

It’s one of the more amazing things of this election, that so many faiths were able to build bridges and find common ground to stand on.