Tomorrow, we vote.
Each and every one of us has a say in who will lead our great country, who will preside over its direction here at home and abroad. It is an honor we need to take seriously, an honor our current president likens to revenge.
Campaigning in the very pivotal state of Ohio, Obama told those in attendance that “voting is the best revenge.” You might want to ask yourself, revenge for what? Obviously, this cynical, spiteful remark was a jab at Mitt Romney, who if all goes well will on Wednesday be President Mitt Romney.
Come to think of it, maybe Obama does have a point.
If Romney is successful in making Obama a one-term president, the American people will have indeed paid back this ineffective, over-his-head president for failing us. Barack Obama was elected four years ago because he convinced (bamboozled) the American people into believing he would unite the country. A majority of Americans bought his lofty promises of hope and change in spite of his flimsy resume.
The only change we got was a change for the worst. As for hope, ask any of the millions of people who still can’t find work how much of it they have left.
So let’s consider Obama’s consideration of voting as revenge. Vote for Mitt Romney, and we will get our revenge against a president who has dug this nation trillions of dollars more in debt, who has done nothing to improve the economy or unemployment rates, who does not view America as an exceptional country, who does not believe that entrepreneurs built their own businesses, who believes that we need the government to run our lives.
So maybe Obama has a point after all, although hearing the President of the United States describe the cherished honor of casting a vote as revenge is kind of chilling.
Tuesday night will be a nail-biter. The future of our country and our very constitutional rights and freedoms are at stake. We already got a hint of this when Obama, unaware an open mic was on, told the president of Russia that after the election, he will have more flexibility to do whatever he wants.
Considering he has little use for our Constitution, that should frighten every American voter.
And it is an absolute disgrace that a majority of our major news outlets ignored what is appearing more and more to be a cover-up in the Benghazi attacks which killed four American citizens. This outrage should be more of a factor in tomorrow’s election than it will be.
We need to ask ourselves why Barack Obama struggled to blame this attack on terrorists but was so quick to blame it on an anti-Islam film clip despite evidence to the contrary. He actually referred to those who killed Ambassaador Chris Stevens and three other Americans as “folks.” FOLKS!
This man does not deserve another term. I’ll go so far as to say that Barack Obama is a menace and a threat to everything that makes the United States of America strong and the greatest nation in the world.
It will be the icing on the cake if Pennsylvania puts Mitt Romney over the top.
- Betty Roccograndi