On the day before the 2004 election, in DC (a Dem bastion) it felt like how it must have felt in Paris the day before it was liberated--this sense of impending freedom and liberation.
And then when we woke up, we felt like it must have felt the day after Paris was occupied.
Today, it's not quite like that, but it feels great. To go to bed knowing it was going to be good, and now we've got Montana, Rummy's gone, and Lieberman's not Sec of Defence. Priceless.
It's a beautiful fall here in LA, but today the sun is just a little brighter, the smiles are a little bigger, and it feels good.
Change is in the air, and it's good change.