As I recall, the majority of U.S. citizens spoke in November and elected Barack Obama as president.
Obama is an avowed Christian, and not an atheist or even an agnostic.
Admittedly, he has made decisions outside of the orthodox faith and has done so in the honor of chivalry, a trait predominately absent with the Republican ranks of Congress.
Obama has chosen to do the right thing regardless of the personal consequences; a trait seen before in our infamous presidents, namely Franklin D. Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln.
The political parties reflect party opinion, profiled as moderate to extreme. This was the grand design that our founding fathers crafted.
I find it disheartening to live in a society that rejects the leader our general public has elected.
It is disappointing to hear retired government employees, on generous state and federal pensions, criticize recipients of Social Security and lobby for cuts to entitlement programs that the recipients paid into and the government mismanaged. The attitude of “I’ve got mine” resonates in their argument and is hypocritical, to say the least. Please, Americans, support the nation’s choice and use your right to vote instead of emotions to voice your opinion.