How much more can I take?
I have been covering this election since January 21st, 2009 I think. And now, now we are here.
Tomorrow is the judgement day
Tomorrow we'll discover
What our God in Heaven has in store!
One more dawn
One more day
One day more!
I have posted my prediction, which I sincerely hope is on the low side. But I must admit, my heart is in my stomach and I can't sleep. The stakes are that high.
Y'all know my feelings about Romney. If he wins it will take everything we have to keep him from compromising on the uncompromisable, from negotiating the non-negotiables. But that is tomorrow's battle.
Today's battle is unseating a most horrific man from the Presidency. With four more years of Obama, I don't think there is any coming back for this country. Religious freedom will be irreparably weakened and under constant assault. Economic freedom will be a thing of the past. And the debt will pile up so quickly that our economy will not recover. And the babies, how many babies will die via my tax dollars?
With so much at stake, I cannot sleep. My mind tells me one thing, but my emotions pay no heed. I swing wildly from thoughts of a landslide rejection of Obama to him squeaking it out. From exultation to horror. My inner Eeyore chatters in my ear and pays no heed to my entreaties to shut up.
I can picture a Romney win, I can. But the thought of the other outcome weakens my knees. Maybe that's a good thing. On my knees is probably where I should be.
Tomorrow is the judgement day. Tomorrow we'll discover what our God in Heaven has in store!
One more dawn.
One more day.
One day more!