Tuesday has come and gone my friends. I can't say I'm satisfied with the turnout, but that's just the way it is.
Yet in spite of the fact that the American people have elected someone with an unsavory reputation and personality to be the next commander in chief, it really isn't the end of the world. To any fellow Americans who read this, heed my my wisdom attentively. We have to remain strong in these times. Complaining about things like this or just about anything in general never gets us anywhere. If we want true change and progress to occur in the United States, we are the ones who need to take charge. Ask not what your country can do for you, but instead act to do better for your country. Let us strive to resolve the problems of our own nation and in effect set good example for all the other countries of the world to do the same. Even though a perfect world is an impossible dream, we the people have the power to make a difference and at least become better, not who put in charge of our government. For where will being sore losers or leaving the country get us? My fellow Americans, whoever you may be, do not lament in disgust or run away in fear, be strong, be optimistic and persevere.