Rays of Sunshine on an Otherwise Dreary Day

By John Kakistos Lillpop

Without a doubt, November 4 will go down as one of the most bleak election days in American history.

Not only was a Marxist elected president, but also the Democrat party expanded its socialist grip on both chambers of Congress.

Nonetheless, there WERE positive results; albeit too few, and of too little consequence.

The intermittent rays of sunshine include the following:

*Democrats failed to gain the coveted filibuster- proof majority in the U.S. Senate.

*Al Franken will NOT be in the U.S. Senate!

*Voters said NO! to gay marriage in California and Florida.

*San Francisco's idiotic measure to name a sewage treatment plant after George W. Bush was trounced, as was the equally stupid proposal to legalize prostitution.

*56 million Americans voted for John McCain.

*Texas remains a Red state.

*Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, anti-illegal alien hero, won his fifth general election.

*Leftist goon Tim Robbins was forced to appear before a judge in order to vote.

*Joe Biden will no longer haunt the U.S. Senate.

*Black Panthers were exposed as racist vote intimidators in Philadelphia, and

*For all practical purposes, Hillary Clinton's fantasy of being president has been permanently put to rest.

Best of all, real conservatives are now free to rebuild the Republican party sans George W. Bush and John McCain!