Barack Obama is your president for another four years. Whatever your reaction, the election of 2012 is over, and maybe that’s the best news. What are you expecting in the next four years?
Barack Obama is your president for another four years. Now what?
It’s a day of celebration for some, introspection for others. Americans are thrilled, and Americans are bitterly disappointed. Some will call it a bright new day and praise the wisdom of the electorate. Some will despair for the future and
Indeed, to paraphrase, it is the best of times, the worst of times — the age of wisdom, the age of foolishness.
So, what are you expecting in the next four years for the issues at stake: immigration, decefit reduction, health care reform, campaign finance rules, gay rights?
Whatever the reaction, the election of 2012 is over, and maybe that’s the best news. With a nation divided so closely between Democrat and Republican, that alone is an accomplishment, no matter the outcome.
Slice the American people into whatever percentages you want — 1 percent vs. 99 percent, 47 percent vs. 53 percent — Barack Obama is president of all of us. How would you put him to work?