Tuesday, November 8, 2016

LONGEST NIGHT OF THE YEAR

Yikes!



It's only 8:00 pm in Maui (1:00 am in New York) and the House is declared RED.

Senate looks like a tie.

PRESIDENT?  Too close to call.

I hope no one needs any of their money from the stock market within the next year ....

P.S.  I watched until 2:00 am.  Took hours to fall asleep.  Let's just make the most of this four years ... and work hard to repeal the electoral college!

11 comments:

  1. All three branches are now Red and the Supreme Court will change dramatically over the next few years. I just wonder how long DT supporters will be happy when it becomes clear he can't deliver on half the stuff he promised to do in his first 100 days.

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    1. I'm too tired to delve ... how many new Presidents accomplish more than half of the stuff they promise? I believe in our kind of Democracy and despite all the red for a change, the whole system is not going to crumble.

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  2. Stock market double digit rise, near highest point ever.
    Calm down--we'll be fine. It is as it is.

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    1. Yes. Calm down AND WORK WITH the issues that are important to you! It is as it is!

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  3. The day after is one of the longest days of the year, too!

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    1. So long and so HATEFUL. Can't believe the riots! And mudslinging between friends. I must only LOOK on Facebook and not post. I've had to delete so many nasty comments ...

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  4. Enjoy the rest of the year, there will be time enough to feel concerned next year.

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    1. I really am saddened at the anti-trump riots and evil posts. If this were the other way around .... my, my, my would we be deplorable!

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  5. I expected protests if Hillary won but I'm shocked that young people are rioting because she lost. I wish they'd stop and find a more productive why to get involved in making the changes they want in government. They say many are Bernie fans.

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    1. It is interesting. Even boring old Portland, Oregon had massive rioting and an acquaintance (now) took her young children to burn the American flag!

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  6. I kept saying I'd be glad when it was over. Well... not so much.

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