It’s amazing to think that in the next 24 hours or so we will be choosing a president for this great nation of ours. We have such an awesome responsibility. We get to chose the leader of the free world. The leader of the most powerful nation on earth. Voting is a very solemn responsibility. Choose wisely.
Take a look around and ask yourself– Is our nation a better and stronger place than it was four years ago?
How well is it weathering the storm of economic troubles that are sweeping the world today?
Are the people we put in harm’s way in other nations around the world more secure?
Is the president we now have leading us in the right direction?
Do you like the price that you have to pay at the pump for gas? (It’s roughly#2.00 more than it was four years ago)
Will this president do anything to encourage more oil production in our nation?
If not–can you afford that electric car he wants you to drive and where oh where will you put the kids?
Do you want the government doling out your healthcare and those of your loved ones?
Perhaps I should ask first–What does government know about healthcare? Do you want them doing the job of health professionals?
Do you want the IRS charging you a fee if you don’t pay the cost of monthly healthcare which, by the way, can be prohibitive?
Which one of your basic needs will you give up in order to pay the IRS said fee?
Do you want a president who is out golfing and having a good time when he should be attending briefings from the state department on the crisis in the middle east?
Do you want a president who wants a smaller navy?
Do you want a president who plans to make some sort of “deal” with the Russians?
Has this current president kept any of the promises he made when running for office 4 years ago?
What “hope and change” have you had in your life these past four years?
If we get a president who wants to push his socialist agendas; where will our nation be in four more years?
Have you ever seen pictures of communist nations? Are they prosperous? Do they have a great advantage over our lifestyle today? Can you see yourself and your family living in government housing, driving a mini car or no car?
How about those wonderful overpriced mercury laden light bulbs they plan to force on us-need I say more–if they can force you and I to buy one kind and one kind only of light bulbs what else can they force us to do or do without?
Do you want a president who will do everything in his power for solar companies that fail and do nothing about a vital pipeline we could and should have?
Is our nation really better off? When you read the job statistics? When you gas up your car? When you go purchase groceries?
How about those “healthy” school lunches they are forcing on America’s youth? Why should the government decide they know what our children should eat better than we do?
All rather scary if you ask me.
The obvious conclusion is that we don’t want four more years of any of this.
Will Romney do a better job?
Like him or not he’s certainly worth a try. He’s not a socialist. He doesn’t have an agenda to stop oil production or to minimize our military presence in the world. He’s a business man so he knows what will work in growing our economy and what won’t.
You realize that if we vote Obama out all these other hacks he has working for him are gone too. The ones who couldn’t make a decision to save lives in Benghazi and then thought they could cover up their mistakes by telling America a lie.
Well America we get to decide the course of our nation for the next four years. These may be the four years that either make or break the United States of America–CHOOSE WISELY