Easy Election Decision: Conservative Republican or Liberal Democrat by C. Headrick

2012 is an easy election decision.  You either vote for the Conservative Republican or Obama, the Liberal Democrat.

If a third party hops in, ignore it.  If you want more of Obama’s accomplishments, vote for him.  If you don’t, vote Republican, whoever that may be.  If you google Obama’s accomplishments, you will find lists that go on and on.  One thing that Obama has accomplished better than any other President in history is spending your tax dollars.  He did this at the expense of America’s credit rating, which has been downgraded and is threatened to be downgraded again.

Many items in the lists start with:  Investing, Double fund, Increase funding, Significantly expand, Increase budget, Fully fund, Create fund, Expand and Fund.  All of these mean the same – SPEND.  Obama is on his way to spending $5,000,000,000,000.00 that America does not have.

Obama recently stood in front of African-American leaders touting that he is trying to lay a solid economic foundation for the nation.  In February 2011, Obama presented his budget plan.  It went for a vote in the Senate and was unanimously rejected, even by the 57 Democrats.  Obama’s budget plan did not receive one vote.  It called for $3.73 trillion in spending for 2012.  How many people are aware of this?  We have a president who does the opposite of what he says.  No solid economic plan here.

Again, 2012 is an easy election decision.  You either vote for Obama to continue spending tax payer dollars and destroy our economy, or you vote for the Conservative Republican who wants less government, less spending.

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One Response to Easy Election Decision: Conservative Republican or Liberal Democrat by C. Headrick

  1. M. Hardy says:

    Any single one of the Republican candidates for President will be better than Obama. This is the most conservative bunch of people who has ever run. Some of them realistically have very little chance of actually becoming the nominee. Even Romney, the RINO, is saying very conservative things now (although I don’t trust him to fight for repeal of Obamacare if there is more than token resistance against repeal). Cain got the ball rolling on simplifying taxes, and they are all for lowering the rates while getting rid of exemptions. I am hopeful that we will end up with a nominee who holds many of our important conservative position.

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