Some of us are new to the election process and the rest of us have been through it many times over.
We have had presidents with star power.
We have had VP's run for president that have lost!
We have had some controversial candidates.
Sometimes you wonder, what if they would have won?
How about a future President Palin?
This is a tricky one, he did some great things for this country but probably will be remembered for the wrong things he did.
Regardless which side of the aisle you feel you sit on.....
Come November 8th, a new President of the United States will be elected. Whoever wins must be accepted. You can lick your wounds if your candidate looses but groaning, complaining, and stubbornly folding your arms, doesn't get any of us anywhere.
I didn't see this on television, hear it on the radio or the Internet so I am not sure if it is true, but according to the magnetic display on my refrigerator, America is not made up of red and blue states we are much more colorful than that.
We all have the right to our opinion and vote for whoever speaks to their vision of America.
After the election, let's put aside our differences and focus on the core values we all share.
There are quite a few things we all believe but the most important is, we love our country. Every day in America is not great but to be able to call yourself a United States citizen, come on that is pretty awesome. Let's start there.
You alone have the finger on that button.