I haven't been happy with the result of any presidential election since Clinton in 1992 (when I wasn't old enough to vote), and I became permanently disenchanted with him after "don't ask, don't tell" in July 1993.
I've never voted for a presidential candidate who won: Dole in 1996, Nader in 2000 (long story), Kerry in 2004.
It takes up to a year to become a Canadian citizen, and another three years to become a full citizen, and by then it'll be time for the next U.S. presidential election anyway. (Information via that CNN story everyone's linking to, "No Canada safe haven for Democrats.")
Also Canada is cold.
I've been trying to think of a spiffy wrap-up line, but I can't. Anyway, post-election letdown isn't exactly new to me; I've been there here, I've done that this, and I guess there's no reason I can't do it again. And again. And again. (Repeat as necessary.) And now, back to my regularly scheduled, typically cynical, unexciting but easily amused, all-around-smartass life.