I think. If we wind up with four more years of Republicans in the White House I fear I will be drinking the hub's whiskey. But what really matters is the congressional percentage, and whether or not we wind up with a Dem or Rep congress. Obama could get elected, but even with all the good intention in the world, a Republican congress could stonewall him and keep him from doing much of anything.
Something else that will be interesting is seeing what percentage of voters turn out. I had a US history prof who once made us look at voter turnout in relation to what was going on politically, and generally speaking, the more people vote, the more pissed off the general populace is.
So. We'll see. For those overseas who are vaguely curious, there's an election map available here. Though I won't believe anything until the polls are closed and the votes counted. Maybe not even then, in states using Diebold voting machines. (Like South Carolina.)
Otherwise, I'm trying to catch up on all the knitting I missed with that killer migraine. Won't happen, but it's worth a try.