There is at least a relief from the incessant caterwauling of political ads bombarding us from all directions. As to the outcome of the election, that is another issue.
As regards the results, I am a mixture of emotions, none of the positive. I'm terribly worried about the security of our country which is in the hands of a man who cares nothing for our military personnel nor cares a whit for the aging population we have. He said in his own book, his own words that he hated his mother because she was white. And that is supposed to make me feel secure??
I have what many people consider a decent income for a one-person household. It was prior to the current White House occupant started in. Now, my expenses are such it is a rarity for me not to end up using my overdraft protection in order to pay for medicine, food, or other necessities. The last six months it has been a regular occurence because each month my expenses rise exponentially.
So, all in all, how do I feel with the election over? In one word....AFRAID.View Thread
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