Will your presidential candidate actually change things, maybe a little, or the lesser of two evils?
Do you really believe that the presidential candidate you support will change things or are you just going to vote for what you think is the lesser of two evils? Come on be honest, or maybe you are voting due to the influence of another such as a spouse or boss?? So which is it?
Ron Paul? Definitely if he got elected. But I think that's a very slim chance. Of the two that are in the publics eye the most (Romney and Obama) I doubt that either of them will honestly change anything. Although Romney is probably the lesser of the two evils simply because Obama would be on his 2nd term, if the roles were switched and Romney was going into his second term I'd guess that Romney would be the greater of the two evils.
the people have to wake up from there mind control state and fix what's going on and realize that it a money grab. people have to get congress to reinstated the Glass Steagall Act which is letting the Wall Streets Bankster rob the U S people. and teach the people how Wall Street did this economic crash to the people and how there crash the housing market by getting the people to sign on made up debt and them sell if off to rip off others. congress, the senate, and the president really know what going on and letting the Wall Street Bankster rob us for campaign contribution. the people have to wake up, come together and stop this madness and put these people out of office and put ourselves in there place. and stop believing the telling lies visions.
I believe that a society requires a leader and that leader can either attempt to lead based on the principles, values, and morals on which that society was founded and exists or he can atttempt to destroy all of that with the suggestion of trading it for some safety net held out by the government in exchanges for their individual rights and freedoms. Such is the case with the current president. Sadly, we have a large enough contingent in this country to get such a man elected and one that is willing to follow in that suggested direction with any concern for our republic. They will aid in its destruction brought on by the actions of one man and the failure to act on the part of many others charged with such responsibility. Presidents have limited powers but when others do not confront a man willing to overstep that power and willing to abuse and use it to his own ends, the our system has failed from the day we began casting our votes. I just reviewed a forum in which the participants from attacking Romney for being in poor mental health, calling him a pathological liar, suggesting he suffered from multiple diseases and on and on yet not one of them could recognize the socialist tendencies of Barack Obama. This election is about far more than the leadership capabilities of the candidates, it is very much about how far and how fast America moves down a path to socialism driven by the incumbent candidate and his minions. For those who know the history of those beliefs...they fail miserably and leave the people victimized. Socialism is not a destination, it is a refueling stop for the continued journey on to Communism. In either case, the people become the victims, the middle class disappears, and poverty is the outcome along with enslavement. Realizing this, I would cast my vote for a tree in Brooklyn before I would fan that flame with Barack Obama. ~WB
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by Mr Archer5 years ago
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