Let’s hope that voter’s wisdom will be the deciding factor.
The person, his experience, dedication, patriotism and integrity should be the main factors considered when making that decision. After all, those are the factors that enable a decision making process that are in the best interest of our nation. The issues are important to the candidates but should be secondary to the voters. A political figure, in his pursuit of office will present his issues and agenda, his sincerity will be determined by his honesty, integrity and a true desire to serve his country. All of us like to hear a good story, but a good story is not necessarily a true story.
It is understandable for many young people to favor a younger candidate during this presidential election. But let’s also be aware that Barack Obama, as the younger candidate, is promoted by much older and wiser far left liberals who have their own separate agendas. This younger candidate offers an empty basket of change. In the end, he will actually deliver what the older liberals have in their basket. Unless you know what that is, you don’t know what an Obama vote will deliver. A young inexperienced candidate like Obama, with three years in the US Senate does not get to where he is without a lot of help from his friends. Take a look at some of his friends.
During critical times we expect our elected President to make un-emotional rational decisions to defend our country. That is the same way that we voters are suppose to cast our vote. Choosing a candidate is a rational un-emotional decision base on what we truly see in the candidate and not just on what he tells us or we imagine.
During this election year, with the votes of the young in our country, there is a possibility that Barack Obama could get elected. Without their vote, he will suffer a huge defeat even if they would just abstain. A vote of wisdom from our youth would not be a vote in Barack Obama’s favor.
Education is a must to achieve a certain level of comfort and financial success. Attending school gives us a knowledge base, but it is not and education in real life. Educators live in the world of educators, that world is not the world of supply and demand, free enterprise and providing a business profits to retain their jobs. For instance: a History professor after so many years of teaching at a University gets tenure, which virtually means he cannot be fired. In the real working world if you don’t meet the standards you become history.
For several years, young students are constantly exposed to a number of liberal educators who try to brainwash them with their leftist philosophy that is not based on living in a real world. After joining the working world, many graduates open their eyes and realize the liberal socialist propaganda some of the professors have fed them. As they mature and see their paycheck shrink by tax raising loving politicians like Barack Obama, they become enlightened and understand best who not to vote for. It is easy to vote for a candidate that is giving someone else’s money away, but it hurts when you have earned it and someone takes it away, to give it away. Socialism is the agenda of liberals such as Barack Obama and his backers; it is not the foundation of our country.
Supreme Court Judges are not entrusted with that responsibility unless it is assumed that they have reached an age and maturity that will give them wisdom to carry out our laws and constitution in a true and balanced fashion. The most recent appointment to the Supreme Court by its standards was a very young judge at the age of fifty. If that is the wisdom when electing a Supreme Court Judge, shouldn’t it also be while electing a President?
During this election don’t settle for:
A fictitious character of whom we know little about.
Someone that does not have the experience to lead our country.
A person who's had dubious association with controversial figures.
Someone who avows to weaken our military and our national security.
A Senator that in three years, has amassed the reputation of having the most liberal vote in the US Senate.
There are 100 seats in the US Senate. Barack Obama, on a scale from 1 to 100, is sitting as far left as the scale can go. Sitting that far from the center, would not be unfair to refer to him as an odd ball leftist Senator. What would that make him if elected? A far left odd ball leftist President? Is that the President we need?
Choose a person who:
Has proven himself as an honorable patriot.
Has crossed party lines and reached out for the best interest of the country.
Has the experience and wisdom to lead our country thru difficult times.
Understands the importance of preserving our national security.
Has the integrity to say exactly and truthfully what he means.
Young people have the tendency to act as if they are invincible, know everything and there is no tomorrow. Age and maturity has shown me that all three assumptions are wrong. When people make decisions in which they are the only ones affected by, then the relevance of good or bad only applies to their lives. When we make decisions in which others are affected, a more cautious and considerate approach needs to be made. Our constitution gives us the right to choose our leaders. That right must be used wisely and prudently. Speeches of hope and wishes are just wish-wash and neither prudent nor wise factors while making a presidential choice. The decision of casting a vote to elect our President should be made after considering the facts that surrounds the character of the candidate, and not by elegant and charismatic hollow speeches of change.
Vote wisely in 2008
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