13 November 2008

Cautious Pessimism

My approach to the results of the recent elections is one of cautious pessimism. While I expect things to get worse than they are now, and by a greater degree than things would have been with McCain in the White House, I have reason to hope that things won't get as bad under President Obama as his supporters* want. In future posts, I'll explore my reasons for expecting lonly the very bad, rather than the worst.

*William Ayers, Jeremiah Wright and their ilk

1 comment:

Mark said...

Well, so far, even before taking office, Obama has selected an economic team that oversaw the mortgage scandal that was at the root of the current economic downturn.

Not a good start.