May 11, 2009

Surprise, surprise, surprise

To one person, anyway:

If you know me on this issue, you know that I am very, very upset.

I don't know what Megan thought was going to happen when Obama won. The fact that this action was entirely predictable is beside the point. Or not. Really, really not.

Posted by: Physics Geek at 12:51 PM | Comments (1) | Add Comment
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1 It was wishful thinking. And a tiny bit of insanity. When I saw my choices, I chose to realize the person who would be president (Clinton, McCain, Obama, Huckabee, WHOEVER!) was going to make a mess of things. I at least made a lot of jokes and enjoyed the campaigns, because it was hysterical. It helps to be a scot-irish taoist. The dark humor comes naturally. Other people, I think, didn't allow themselves to believe what their mind knew, and instead threw themselves into hoping for a hero. I admit, I supported Bush more than I should have, looking back. But I was a new mom and I needed a hero. I was still critical of a ton of what he did, but I probably should have been more so.

Posted by: silvermine at May 11, 2009 08:55 PM (kmgFp)

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