For those who don't understand that this is the World's Democracry.
When the moment came, TV panellists who had talked volubly all evening suddenly found it hard to say a word. In Grant Park, Chicago, Jesse Jackson wept. Nearby, an assemblyman from the Illinois black caucus was asked what the election meant for him. “Now I can look my grandchildren in the eye,” he said simply. “And I can tell them, if they want to, they can be president, too.”
As Whoopie Goldberg said on the View yesterday, "I can finally put my bags down." God bless America...We are no longer guests in our own home.