Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Let's Be Honest With Ourselves

Earlier today, my favorite presidential candidate, Sen. Rick Santorum, dropped out of the race for the GOP presidential nomination.  This undoubtedly clears the path for Gov. Mitt Romney to earn the party's nomination and subsequently challenge Barack Obama this November in the general election.

I've heard from many like-minded individuals that they wouldn't vote for Romney for a variety of reasons, including, but not limited to, his Mormonism, his moderate political stances, his changes of heart over key issues, and the fact that his healthcare plan as Massachusetts governor was a fore-runner for the curse known as Obamacare, which we are currently hoping is upended in the Supreme Court.

Let me ask you a question.  It's multiple choice, and there are only two choices.

A.  Mitt Romney
B.  Barack Hussein Obama

If you picked A, your vote goes for a candidate who admittedly does have some concerning issues over his changing views on social issues, but he's also a successful businessman who should make much better financial and economic decisions than the current occupant of the Oval Office.  Additionally, Mormons are devoutly religious and mostly conservative people; Romney will certainly not trample religious liberty in the same way the corrupt Obama administration has.

If you picked B, your vote goes to the enemy of liberty, to the one who has attempted to seize more power from the hands of the American people than any elected leader in our history, to the one who has accumulated more debt than all American presidents before him combined in only three years in office.  It gets better- in recent weeks, the Trojan Horse president has started a media race riot over a controversial shooting in Florida (which happens to be a key swing state), betrayed potential Israeli war plans, had a hot microphone incident with the Russian president, and threatened the justices of the nation's highest court over his illegitimate healthcare plan.  Besides, do we even know exactly where this man was born?

If you are reading this blog, I have a feeling that you lean right; therefore, my concern isn't that you'll vote for Obama.  My concern is that you won't vote for Romney because he's a Mormon or because your favorite candidate didn't win the nomination.  My favorite was originally Rick Perry; after he was effectively demolished during debates, I discovered that Rick Santorum was the patriot I'd been looking for all along.  Don't get me wrong, I think Rick Santorum is the best thing the Republican Party has seen this side of Ronald Reagan.  I believe that he's going to play a big role in American politics in the coming years; however, you can bet your bottom dollar that I'm going to vote for the Massachusetts moderate (as Newt Gingrich might say) in November to do my part in ridding our nation of its socialist tyrant.

We must remember to pray for our leaders.  Every day I find it more difficult to do that, other than praying that he and his cronies won't continue to screw everything up.  If you don't have your own presidential prayer made up, I recommend this one:

"May his days be few; may another take his place of leadership."- Psalm 109:8

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