Now, in 2012, we have seemingly returned to the Carter years in many of the worst aspects of it. Our true unemployment figures have been in double digits for nearly all of President Obama's first term. People are afraid. Our businesses and economy are in shambles. We face ever greater dangers in the world, and seemingly turn a blind eye to them. We have become a divided people and many folks are no longer proud to be an American, with the possible exception of Michelle Obama who famously stated that "for the first time in her life", she was "proud to be an American".
Now, Mr. Romney is not Ronald Reagan, and he certainly is not the candidate that many conservatives had hoped would be the eventual Republican nominee for president. That said, he is a good and decent man. He is a man that will strengthen our country both economically and in its standing throughout the world.
Once again, we have a pivotal choice. We can elect a man that actually will follow the Constitution and has a real plan for restoring America, or we can continue on the path of certain bankruptcy... both morally and economically... by re-electing President Obama. Come November 7th, will there once again be hope and morning in America? Or will we end this great 236-year experiment in freedom and have mourning in America? It is truly a sad statement that the question must even be asked this close to the election. I fervently pray that America will wake up and that Obama and his hyper-progressivism will be thoroughly rejected this November, just like Mondale was back in November of 1984.