It’s quite simple, actually. It told us that the silent majority is alive and well. They voted yesterday with their wallets. And as much as the media and the Left will try and spin it, they did it because they are for something, not against something.
It seemed almost every minute yesterday, whether on Twitter or by email, that I was getting an update with photos along the lines of, “The line at our Chick Fil A is out the door!” or “The drive through line at my Chick Fil A stretched back a quarter mile!”
Would that we would get such political gifts from the Left everyday. We would quickly shift the political landscape in this country. And as Republicans look for their political spine and waffle on the issue, it is up to conservatives to push it and keep the issue in the forefront of peoples’ minds.
However, yesterday must have caused a lot of doubts to crop up in the minds of Team Obama. As much as people, especially Republicans, try to make politics a cut and dried, academic sort of thing, the simple truth is a lot of non-political people (ie those who don’t engage often in any component of politics) are motivated emotionally. They vote on feeling and passion.
And believe me, America voted yesterday. It showed that the values that have made us great are alive and well.
I don’t know about you, but that’s exciting news.
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