The economy and gas prices are but financial indices that matter but they don't begin to touch at the real heart of the matter: The acute apprehension in this great land of what this president is doing to change the country as we know and love it, and the values we hold dear.
Here are a five good reasons to vote AGAINST Obama:
1. He has shredded our Constitution and his list of executive orders is growing daily
2. He has no regard for equal branches of government
3. He shows complete disdain for the rule of law and thus the citizenry
4. He is ruining capitalism intentionally so he can replace it with socialism
5. He is an egotistical maniacal dictator who wants to be king
So I don't care if the economy is roaring and gas costs a buck come November. There are numerous fundamental flaws of this president that can't be measured with an index. These are the core issues that the Republican nominee, be it Romney or not, needs to focus on in addition to the economy. The economy can be fixed, but changing the fabric of this nation can't be fixed if we get another four years of Obama.
The Republican nominee will have many imperfections like all humans, but one of them is not a deep hatred for this country and what it stands for in the minds of most Americans. As the debate rages on for the "best nominee", this feeling of unease is not something that should be glossed over by those that aren't ready to fully support Romney or may stay at home and not vote if he is the eventual candidate. But time is ticking away and Obama's dollars and army is growing.
There are hundreds of examples Obama's actions that illustrate 1-5 above. The list grows daily and that's just we know about; what don't we know about may be even scarier. Watch what he does and not what he says, as he is truly a master magician that needs to lose his magic wand.
A vote FOR Romney or whoever becomes the nominee, is a vote for FREEDOM and the proverbial good ole American apple pie.
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“To argue with a person who has renounced the use of reason is like administering medicine to the dead.”
― Thomas Paine
“A long habit of not thinking a thing wrong gives it the superficial appearance of being right”
― Thomas Paine, Common Sense