The winner at last November’s elections was Judaeo-Christian forbearance in the face of adversity. Any unbiased observer could tell that with pandemic conditions at the time, we had a looser election than any time in history. We had almost a month of days to vote, and in some cases more ballots cast than people. Texas and twenty states took cases to the Supreme Court. Perhaps thinking of a civil war, the Court denied them.
So the man who saved us was born just a little over 2,000 years ago, and his attitude prevailed. We are not now in the situation of Venezuela, or even Cuba. We are the nation founded on Judaeo-Christian principles by men like George Washington. It is advisable not to dispute that.
If we continue to be that “city” on a hill mentioned by the Bible, it will be because we remain true to that man who preached Judaeo-Christian principles two thousand years ago. Song and history celebrate him.