Stubbornly, America has turned the page from a distance past to an inclusive future.
To live in this time period and see the past fading away in the 2012 elections can be compared to that time when America was transitioning from an age of horse-back-riding to the age of automobile. At that time period, there were many horse-back-riders that resisted that coming change to the automobile.
However, there were those that accepted a future with automobiles, and knew that horse-back-riding was a fading past. 2012 election results should serve as a wake-up-call to many in the Republican Party that the future is about real inclusiveness; and the past, a past that is fading away, has out lived its usefulness. The America that once was, reflected in the crowds Gov. Romney drew on the campaign trail, is a fading America holding on to outdated notions of the past.
With the Obama win, the world has witnessed an America leading the way toward a tent where all ideas are heard and all talents are considered. That America was seen in the crowds President Obama drew on his campaign trail. That America has turned the page from an old way to a new way; that new way will lead the world in tolerance. The Obama win is about a melting pot America, updating and modernizing its tolerance.