A fork in the road
With less than two weeks left before election day, it is frighteningly clear that there has never before been a more critical choice between two candidates for president; between what America has been up until 2008 and what it will become if President Obama is reelected.
Now we know that our choice goes beyond big government vs. small government; fiscal irresponsibility vs. fiscal sanity; national security weakness vs. peace through strength; energy shortages and dependence vs. energy independence; joblessness and dependence vs. jobs and self-reliance; a sinking economy with catastrophic debt vs. a thriving, business-friendly economy.
Now, after Benghazi, we also that know our President is a liar, a man without a code of honor. He will do anything, say anything, no matter how unethical or immoral, no matter the lives lost, to save his job.
We know he advocates for the redistribution of wealth from those who work to those who do not work. Now we know he views the deaths of our Ambassador and SEALS as "bumps in the road," and "not optimal." We know that he thought nothing of lying to the families of those four Americans about the cause and details of their deaths. He has done nothing to retaliate nor has he set the record straight concerning the ill-conceived, provably false story about a YouTube video being the cause of the Benghazi attack. He has not spoken to the American people about Benghazi beyond his appearances on Letterman, Leno, The View, etc. Not only is he a liar, he is a coward.
So, dear citizens of the United States, you must choose between the liar, who is a proven narcissist without a shred of decency and a good man who has spent his life being a good man, a man who may well be able to lead us out of the wilderness to which the Obama administration has taken us to and left us stranded.