If I told you that this LiveTwittering thing was going to work, I’d be lying. What I do know, however, is that in about an hour I’ll be headed over to the headquarters of Tim Scott’s congressional campaign for an event being thrown by the Charleston County Republican Party. I will not be carrying a laptop with me, so if you’re interested in my impression of everything going on tonight, you’ll have to see it through the magic of Twitter.
The window below should show you what I’m looking at, both in terms of news nationally and in terms of the Tim Scott event itself. While I am by no means photogenic, I’ll do my best to get some photos up there as well.
This is an experiment. I hope it works. Regardless of its success or failure, I must note that today has felt a bit like Christmas, only I have to wait until nightfall to actually unwrap my presents. It has been a long time coming, folks, and over the past two years we have had to endure disappointment after disappointment. Just as I said when candidate Barack Obama was appearing to put the final nail in candidate John McCain’s campaign coffin back in the fall of 2008, however, much like how a driver who survives a terrible car accident emerges with a newfound love of and respect for life, should America survive Barack Obama’s presidency and the Democratic Party’s majority, her people would emerge with a newfound love of and respect for freedom and for liberty.
Tonight, we emerge from the wreckage. Tomorrow, we begin to heal and get stronger.
Have a great night, everyone. Enjoy the LiveTweeting, if it works.