President Bush, in his Saturday radio address, said the Democrats' takeover of Congress on Tuesday showed the world the strength of America's democracy.
He said enemies of the United States should not confuse the election results as a sign of "a lack of American will."
"Whatever your opinion of the outcome, all Americans can take pride in the example our democracy sets for the world by holding elections even in a time of war," said. "Our democratic institutions are a source of strength, and our trust in these institutions has made America the most powerful, prosperous, and stable nation in the world.
He could've made a cheap-shot about the election result being a victory for terrorists, like many Republicans have done, but he took the high road.