Which canidate is more likely to create a better future?
Which candidate is more likely to create a better future?
I guess it depends on your values. If you see a better future based on whether you or your children will have the opportunity to own a bigger home or bigger car, then maybe Mit should be your candidate. I’m not sure that Mit’s election would guarantee a better economy, but the Republicans would work with him and I don’t think the democrats would act the way the Republicans have.
On the other hand if nuclear war, pollution, education, etc. are a concern to you then President Obama is your candidate. The President has worked hard to reduce the number of nuclear war heads and to create new alliances and treaties that will stop additional countries from acquiring nuclear weapons. He has appointed competent people like Hillary Clinton and Susan Rice to represent us and these two women are respected by their counterparts around the world. He’s trying to improve the educational system in America so that we can continue to be a world leader in science and technology. He has encouraged research on alternative energy sources and more energy efficient cars, appliances, industry etc. His appointments to the Supreme Court will have a positive effect on this country for many years. This alone is reason enough to reelect the President. If he could appoint just one more justice it would change the direction of the court for the next 30 years.
So try and look at the big picture and don’t be swayed by the right wing attacks. Ironically last election the right wing said it was not the role of government to create jobs, now they blame unemployment on President Obama, When former President Bush mistakenly thought the Iraq War was over, he landed on an aircraft carrier in a military flight suit to announce mission accomplished. Now the same people who applauded Bush are accusing the President of “Spiking the ball” because of his success in getting Bin Laden. Basically, when the right accuses someone of a misdeed, you can be certain that they are actually the ones who are doing it.