And those souls who swear they're abandoning this land for fear of Obama turning tyrannical in his second term?
Yeah, not happening.
Cohen, the immigration lawyer, said that though the calls inquiring about Canadian citizenship will continue for the next few months, he feels Americans are simply too loyal to leave the country they love.
"I've had Americans tell me this: When your national anthem plays, the hair on their arms stands up, and that's not like most people in the world," he said. "Americans at the end of the day are just a very patriotic group, and it doesn't matter what side you're on."
Post said he hopes bipartisanship will take hold on Capitol Hill, but it won't be easy because each party is torn by conflicting ideals: catering to their bases and governing in the best interest of the people.
"It's hard to reach across the aisle and get slapped down, but that's what has to happen. There's a lot of wounds to heal," Post said.