To the people of America: I love all of you. I do. I think of each of you, individually, in your homes in Pennsylvania, in Idaho, in Ohio, and though sometimes I may feel estranged, I always feel the love for you. You are warm in my heart. You are good. You are no longer easily misled into fear. Bless you.
To Governor Palin: Though I may have not agreed with you on many issues, I will always respect your courage: to stand up, to fight, to work so hard for your goal. I am thrilled with Obama’s win, but want to share my respect for you and the work you have done. Blessings.
To Senator McCain: Love you. Don’t always agree with you! But I respect you, and honor your service. Good work. I hope you are able to serve us in another way, maybe even within Obama’s administration. Either way, I honor you and wish you and your beautiful family much happiness. Blessings.
Obama and Michelle, Biden, the rest of you, I honor the amazing campaign you have run, the work, the positivity, for once the belief in a GOOD to GREAT outcome! I am so grateful that you came forward and won this thing. I am even more grateful that you have WON!! Fair and square! No crazy Florida, Ohio, yadda. Won. Clean. I was a Hillary supporter, and though I absolutely love her as a person, over the months of watching you campaign, I realize you are the better person for the job. I truly have developed a strong belief in you. And I know you can do a thoughtful and amazing job as president.
Again, I am grateful for your win. I feel you will need the patience of a super-human to get this job done right over the next 4 or 8 years, but I am with you every step. Godspeed.