I See You – Observations in Change

“What you are speaks so loudly I can’t hear what you say”
Ralph Waldo Emerson

Behind The Mask, 2011, 9

Behind The Mask, 2011, 9 (Photo credit: iosue.williams)

The negativity, intolerance and divisiveness; the attacks on self worth and success – all this has to stop. We currently have a President who has never had a “real job” and who has never passed a piece of legislation without a supermajority running against a candidate, Mitt Romney, who has succeeded with collaboration in government and business.

Friday night there were 30,000 people at a Mitt Romney rally in Ohio. Hopefully enough honest people want to make a difference and believe in America that they will show up at the polls to overcome the democrats bussing in and bribing voters, or democrats like Jim Turner who vote multiple times. Could this be prevented? Yes. The only reason you would want to avoid or prevent voter registration is because you are doing something wrong. Like Democrat Jim Murphy. Is the type of ethics you want for our country?

Or perhaps you endorse this representation of free speech? Here is what you can look forward to in our education system. Click on this link:

Teen Ridiculed By Teacher

Obama says voting is the best revenge, again choosing words of conflict instead of collaboration. Mitt Romney wants you to vote for love of country.

Just as with the debate, a pretty clear difference – divide and conflict, or reconcile and find common ground.

Who would you rather count on to move this country into a more positive position? We already have 4 years of history that Obama really doesn’t want us to talk about. During his Presidential Campaign, he blamed Bush for the economy. In his first two years in office, with a Democrat majority in both the House of Representatives and in the Senate, the economy only got worse. And is still worse by all measures than when he was elected in 2008. He still has not passed a piece of legislation without the support of a supermajority.

I see you.

 

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