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IT IS TIME FOR WHAT WORKS!

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IT IS TIME FOR WHAT WORKS!

 

 

The choice in the 2012 presidential election is simple:

 

There’s the MODERATE candidate Mitt Romney who wants to use all solutions and all voices to solve America’s many problems, and there’s the FAR-LEFT candidate Barack Obama who wants government-socialist ideology — my-way-or-the-highway policy — to solve them.

 

Obama in the final debate repeatedly said Romney is "all over the map," and Obama's debate coach John Kerry said Romney "has about six positions on everything." They are correct, and Romney is that way because ROMNEY IS A MODERATE.

 

Most of the great American political leaders of the 20th century were moderates; like them, Romney approaches every problem with an open mind, looking for the best solution or solutions. It was cooperative, open-minded leadership that made America great in the 20th century, and why America did so many great things then for mankind.

 

America's last two presidents have been at the extremes — Neocon George Bush was far right, and Barack Obama is a follower of far-left radicals like Jeremiah Wright, James H. Cone and Malcolm X. Both Bush and Obama with their I-know-what's-best attitude have put America in economic and societal peril.

 

Obama's government-centered policies of the past four years added $5 trillion to the fiscal deficit (now at $16 trillion and racing even faster toward default), have caused the economy to go backwards with a GDP growth rate of just 1.3 percent, have done nothing to create high-paying full-time jobs, especially vitally needed blue-collar jobs (underemployment continues at record rates), and have allowed poverty to increase to levels never before seen in modern American history. Obama's peacenik-leftist polices of "lead from behind," announcing war-withdrawal dates years in advance, withdrawing from battles nearly won, and reducing military spending has the Middle East on fire with Muslim terrorists gaining the upper hand in nearly every country. Obama has two major policy plans for his second term: Obama’s policy to redistribute money by heavily taxing the business class would funnel most of that tax money, because of the way the Democrats' welfare legislation is constructed, to the non-working lower class and to illegal immigrants who receive amnesty; Obama's other second-term policy to give amnesty to illegal immigrants (estimated at 12 to 20 million) would flood the nation with illegal immigrants — most of whom are Latinos, most of whom are inadequately educated and skilled, and most of whom would go directly to the welfare lines — and his amnesty policy would also turn major parts of the United States into Spanish-speaking enclaves (because of the Democrats’ sanctuary-city policies for illegal immigrants, Latinos already make up the majority of the population in at least 28 major U.S. cities). Both of these second-term Obama policies would lead to fiscal disasters, crippling government from federal to local, and his “comprehensive-immigration-reform” amnesties would cause major social upheaval by lessening assimilation and increasing linguistic and cultural division.

 

IT IS TIME FOR WHAT WORKS! Time to return back to the 20th century when thinking moderates, disciplined by reality, were in power in America — when the executive and legislative branches cooperated and achieved monumental bipartisan accomplishments, when “Washington” was respected. It is time for the United States to elect a moderate president like the moderate leaders that guided America to its greatest century. And the only bipartisan moderate in this 2012 presidential election, as shown by his illustrious bipartisan record as governor of Massachusetts, is — MITT ROMNEY.

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(UPDATE--- Updated information added on most recent GDP growth rates announced Oct. 26 by Commerce Department)

 

 

IT IS TIME FOR WHAT WORKS!

 

 

The choice in the 2012 presidential election is simple:

 

There’s the MODERATE candidate Mitt Romney who wants to use all solutions and all voices to solve America’s many problems, and there’s the FAR-LEFT candidate Barack Obama who wants government-socialist ideology — my-way-or-the-highway policy — to solve them.

 

Obama in the final debate repeatedly said Romney is "all over the map," and Obama's debate coach John Kerry said Romney "has about six positions on everything." They are correct, and Romney is that way because ROMNEY IS A MODERATE.

 

Most of the great American political leaders of the 20th century were moderates; like them, Romney approaches every problem with an open mind, looking for the best solution or solutions. It was cooperative, open-minded leadership that made America great in the 20th century, and why America did so many great things then for mankind.

 

America's last two presidents have been at the extremes — Neocon George Bush was far right, and Barack Obama is a follower of far-left radicals like Jeremiah Wright, James H. Cone and Malcolm X. Both Bush and Obama with their I-know-what's-best attitude have put America in economic and societal peril.

 

Obama's government-centered policies of the past four years added $5 trillion to the fiscal deficit (now at $16 trillion and racing even faster toward default) and have caused the economy, even with three “quantitative easings” from the Federal Reserve, to go backwards with a 1.74 percent annual growth rate for the first nine months of 2012 that remains behind last year's 1.8 percent growth rate and considerably behind the 2010 growth rate of 2.4 percent (the GDP growth rate for the July-September quarter was listed at 2.0, up from an adjusted 1.3 GDP the previous quarter; government spending, however, played a major role in last quarter's GDP increase to 2.0, with a surge of spending surprisingly coming from defense spending; a 2.0 GDP will do little for job growth and will keep “the recovery” that began more than three years ago at the slowest rate of any recovery in the post-World War II period). Obama’s economic policies also have done nothing to create high-paying full-time jobs, especially vitally needed blue-collar jobs (underemployment continues at record high rates), and have allowed poverty to increase to levels never before seen in modern American history. Obama's peacenik-leftist polices of "lead from behind," announcing war-withdrawal dates years in advance, withdrawing from battles nearly won, and reducing military spending has the Middle East on fire with Muslim terrorists gaining the upper hand in nearly every country. Obama has two major policy plans for his second term: Obama’s policy to redistribute money by heavily taxing the business class would funnel most of that tax money, because of the way the Democrats' welfare legislation is constructed, to the non-working lower class and to illegal immigrants who receive amnesty; Obama's other second-term policy to give amnesty to illegal immigrants (estimated at 12 to 20 million) would flood the nation with illegal immigrants — most of whom are Latinos, most of whom are inadequately educated and skilled, and most of whom would go directly to the welfare lines — and his amnesty policy would also turn major parts of the United States into Spanish-speaking enclaves (because of the Democrats’ sanctuary-city policies for illegal immigrants, Latinos already make up the majority of the population in at least 28 major U.S. cities). Both of these second-term Obama policies would lead to fiscal disasters, crippling government from federal to local, and his “comprehensive-immigration-reform” amnesties would cause major social upheaval by lessening assimilation and increasing linguistic and cultural division.

IT IS TIME FOR WHAT WORKS! Time to return back to the 20th century when thinking moderates, disciplined by reality, were in power in America — when the executive and legislative branches cooperated and achieved monumental bipartisan accomplishments, when “Washington” was respected. It is time for the United States to elect a moderate president like the moderate leaders that guided America to its greatest century. And the only bipartisan moderate in this 2012 presidential election, as shown by his illustrious bipartisan record as governor of Massachusetts, is — MITT ROMNEY.

 

David Truman...Santa Cruz 95064

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