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November 06, 2012

Today's The Day

This is it.  The most important election of my lifetime.  In a few minutes I'll get ready, head out, and cast my ballot for the Republican ticket.  Then I'll head down to the Victory Headquarters and where I've volunteered to taxi Republican voters to the polls.

The stakes are incredibly high this time.  Recovering from a second Obama term, if we let him get one, will be a monumentally difficult task.  Four years ago Obama promised to transform America and he has.

Barack Obama has piled on four years of $1 trillion-plus deficits which added over $5 trillion to the national debt.  For a second term Barack Obama promises four more years of the same.    Debt will continue to soar, deficits will increase, taxes and regulations will discourage business investment and job creation, and the economy will continue stagnate.  Our standard of living will continue to fall.

While the mainstream media cheers for the wonderful job President Obama is doing, the crony-capitalism, corruption, and deceit that his first term record promises for the second, will make voters all but irrelevant.  Expect the progressive ruling class to dispense their arbitrary brand of social justice in ways intended only to perpetuate their own power.  The decline of America will accelerate.

But there is still time for his work to be undone.  Barack Obama needs another term to finish the job.  Now is the time to put a stop to it.  Vote.  Vote today.  Vote Republican.

Posted by Tom Bowler at 06:44 AM | Permalink


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