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It comes down to this November 3, 2008

Posted by vsap in 2008 Presidential Election, Blogroll, Uncategorized, US Politics.
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The Democratic Party, in its quest for power, has managed a propaganda campaign with subliminal messages, creating a God-like figure in a man who falls short in every way. It seems to me that if Mr. Obama wins the presidential election, then Messrs. Farrakhan, Wright, Ayers and Pfleger will gain power for their need to demoralize this country and help create a socialist America.  – Jon Voight, July 28, 2008, Washington Times

THERE are profound reasons to believe the McCain-Palin ticket offers a better future for most Americans than the Obama-Biden ticket.

Barack Obama is a very smart and sophisticated liberal who will appoint activist, left-wing judges to the courts. The Ninth Circuit Court ruled that saying “one nation under God” in the Pledge of Allegiance is unconstitutional. Imagine this anti-religious extremism spreading through the rest of the court system in a wave of Obama appointments.

John McCain can be expected to appoint judges who respect the vital role that religion has historically played in American public life.

Beyond the courts, Obama would strengthen and expand opportunities for trial lawyers to sue. McCain would focus on litigation reform to reduce the number of lawsuits.

In a bad economy, McCain would focus on economic growth and job creation. Obama has promised to focus on “spreading your wealth.” – Newt Gingrich, November 1, 2008, New York Post

From the beginning, McCain seemed to comprehend far better than the Bush administration that Iraq was a huge project. He knew more troops were needed, and called for such long before the “surge” was implemented.

McCain’s military background is perhaps the greatest asset he brings to the presidency. He understands the principles on which this nation was founded and he’s utterly committed to America. He has a realistic view of nations like Russia and Iran, but also would use caution before pushing us into another war; he knows first-hand what wars do to our military. He has shown courage and fortitude, and would continue to do so as president.

It’s worth pointing out that McCain lacks the negative baggage his opponent carries: the Rev. Jeremiah Wright, William Ayers, ACORN, etc.

In addition, without a Republican in the White House, there will be virtually no check on the Democratic Congress led by Sen. Harry Reid and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Nothing would stop them from enacting an extremely liberal social agenda as well as further socializing the nation.  – from an Editorial Endorsement, October 9, 2008, Findlay (OH) Courier

Character, as judged by a candidate’s record, counts when voters are called upon to fill the most important office in the land, that of president of the United States.

We believe Sen. John McCain’s character is just what our nation needs – and we endorse him for president.

Troubling questions remain about the character of Obama. He was elected to the Senate only because of efforts by the Chicago political machine. His personal associations involved one – closer than Obama will admit – with a leader of the 1960s Weather Underground terrorist organization. That man, William Ayers, has commented that, “I don’t regret setting bombs.” And Obama’s association of many years with his pastor, the anti-American Rev. Jeremiah Wright, ended only when the relationship was brought to light by the news media. McCain’s character, on the other hand, has been one of working closely with those who would build America up – not tear her down. It is not too much to say that the contest for president this year pits a dedicated liberal politician, Obama, against a veteran servant of the public – McCain. Obama is easily the most liberal of the 100 senators. His running mate, Sen. Joseph Biden, is a close second.

Simply because McCain’s character has been one of service to the people – not to a political party or the gigantic federal bureaucracy – we urge residents of our area to cast their ballots for John McCain, the leader Americans need. -from Editorial Endorsement, October 19, 2008, The Mining Journal, Marquette, MI

Time to decide: what do you REALLY believe?

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