Long before President Barack Obama even had his party’s nomination in 2008, before the Greek columns, before the special seal for the Office of the President-elect, I predicted that one of two things would happen in the aftermath of an Obama presidency:
- America as we know it would cease to be, and the destabilization would be felt across the world; or
- If we survived, Americans would respond after four years of an Obama presidency with a new-found love for liberty and freedom, not unlike how someone who survived a nasty car wreck emerged with a new-found love for life.
It is all too easy to dismiss this election as just another presidential contest. It is all too easy to fall into the standard rut of the myriad disenfranchised in this country, to maintain that it all doesn’t matter, that there is no difference between the candidates, the parties, or even the ideas espoused by each.
Don’t fall into that rut.
America’s Right editor John Feeny has put together a multi-part electoral series, recapping the lows of the Obama presidency, to run in the weeks and months running up to November’s election. As they publish, each can be found right here. Read ‘em.