Here are a few of my take-aways from yesterday’s election:
- The Republicans lost the election because they do not understand the changing demographic of today’s electorate. In other words, they are out of touch.
- Mitt Romney was the weakest candidate the Republicans have ever nominated since, well, John McCain.
- We desperately need a viable third-party.
- The United States is more divided than ever.
- It is time the Church divorced herself from partisan politics and became the Church.
- Eschatology is not dependent on American politics.
- Dick Morris should never be allowed to publically comment on anything ever again.
- For the most part, the polls got it right.
- I am embarrassed by many comments I read from fellow Christians.
- If your hope was in who won the White House, your hope was misplaced.
- “My hope is built on nothing less than Jesus’ blood and righteousness…On Christ the solid rock I stand; all other ground is sinking sand.”
I am sure there are others, but that is what comes to mind early this morning.
What did you learn from last night?