Paul Krugman asks the following in his NYT oped:
'If the election of our first African-American president didn’t stir you, if it didn’t leave you teary-eyed and proud of your country, there’s something wrong with you.'
Only bleeding heart liberals like Krugman would tear up in response to an event like this. I would like to save my tears for more worthy events.
I am proud of my country and those fellow citizens who do not support Obama's policies. This country was built and thrived on diversity. We don't need elitists like Krugman to tell the citizenry how to react to an election event.
Let's wait a bit before we give Obama any sort of credit.