Just got home from working the polls all day. The nation’s in trouble. Iowa’s solidly in incumbent fever; we even voted in a former governor over a sitting governor. But it was still a great day to be an American.
Our team’s location was a local church having a conference of international Christians. We must have had twenty Indonesians, Filipinos, Indians, Vietnamese, etc. taking images on their phones and cameras of the voting set-up and us workers. I remarked to one of my colleagues that some 29th century archeologist is going to uncover these computer files on some old phone relic and assume that back in the Tea Party days, international observers came to the ancient US to ensure fair elections.
Back to the funeral rites, tomorrow. More other posts to come.