Politicians make promises and break them all the time but this blogger made a promise and intends to keep it. I promised that I would never go political on my blog, unless the debate is Edward or Jacob -- then things will get heated. But I feel confident that we don't have to worry about such a skirmish happening here because all of my friends are certainly reasonable and rational enough to know that they don't have a "dog" in that fight that can win.
I proudly voted in this election and stood in line just like every other American who didn't have enough sense to vote by absentee ballot. Going above and beyond the call, I actually stood in line to early vote for over 3 hours while my husband, on the other hand, voted on election day and it took him 30 minutes (life of Riley, meet Brian). The morning after it can be said that all who voted believe they are right, even if they are on the left. Those who didn't vote think it was all wrong and they might be right too, or left. Maybe center, who knows... but I think I have found a little something to bring us all together at this moment, both the winners and losers. This is what I like to call a compromise: