I know that some Americans, particularly fans of Fox News, will take the outcome of the election particularly hard and I feel obligated to offer some relief to them. So here's the thing: the nation that Fox portrays is not real, it's a fiction constructed by them to make you think that a predominantly white, Christian nation is God's vision for the United States. But the reality, as evidenced by the election results, clearly and undeniably establish that we are not the nation that Fox News so desperately wants us to be. But don't just take my word for it, listen to what John Stewart has to say on "The Daily Show", which even though it airs on Comedy Central, still has more credibility than the talking heads on Fox News. Click here http://www.thedailyshow.com/full-episodes/wed-november-7-2012-nate-silver?xrs=share_copy to see why.
Be honest, do you really take those people seriously or do you just watch them because they say things that make you feel good about your own wish for an America when white, Anglo-Saxon Christian values were all that mattered. Because if that's the case somebody has a message for you:
Seriously, this election produced a good result. If you can't see that, maybe you need to rethink your priorities.