Why I Can't Vote For Obama. I don't believe in czars, the nickname given to these special aides President Obama chose to inform in things I don't believe in while running up our government cost. It's quite that simple.
We haven't heard about them in mainstream media for quite awhile. I wonder why that is? Also I heard a good quote from Washington D.C. yesterday that Obama has chosen not to use his campaign donations for signs. There aren't many! I haven't seen any bumper stickers or signs either and I suppose people don't support him or or are afraid to say so around here if they are. They sure will get an earful from my and many of my friends! My farmer friends on AgTalk say the same thing, there are very few Obama signs or bumper stickers where they live. There were tons of them in 2008 but none this year!
Instead, he has bombarded Ohio, the other swing states and the nation with these silly campaign ads. They all can be easily disputed. His new one about his plan for the next for years sounds pretty good at first glance until you dig into it. It isn't possible I don't think it is really his agenda. If you go to his website, there is John Lace, Dan Zinkand and 29 million other likes! But the Google link only says 2 million. What's up with that?
Let's focus on what kind of men they are. Obama comes off as very bright, well spoken to the point I can't believe a word he says after watching his performance the last 4 years. Romney though comes across as a very bright businessman with his life deeply rooted in family. Here is what his neighbors had to say about him after he moved out of his house of ten years.
"To move, if we can afford the cost, most of us would hire movers with a team of workers. To save money, many of us are the do-it-our-selves types. Which did Mitt Romney do? Like many of us, on his own he rented a six-wheel truck and moved himself. He drove to the local Home Depot and purchased wood to build whatever he needed for the transport. Mitt moved his family's clothes, his family's photos, his family's mementos, his grandchildren's toys. With the help of a friend and family, they loaded the truck. Then, after answering all our questions, Mitt Romney said his goodbyes, climbed into the truck, and began the long drive to his new home by himself.
The Romney Park City home, which they designed and built, and its contents had much to say. Having raised a family of our own, we saw that the home was built with a focus on his family. No swimming pool, tennis court or movie theater. There are no maid, butler, or nanny quarters. Clearly Ann and Mitt raised their kids. No gold faucets, no fancy silverware. The kitchen was simple and typical of an average three-bedroom home, very much like those in which we were raised. We were struck by the discovery that most of the art, furniture, and all the curtains were made in America and many by local craftsmen. Most of the linens were of good quality but not what is found at very high end, exclusive stores. The master bedroom pillows had tags from the average American’s most popular discount store."
This sounds like everything else I have heard or read about him. He seems to have my morals and values. His success in business gives me hope he can do the same thing in the White House but we all must admit our problems may well be too big for any one man to solve. At least I think he can cause positive and real change, not what we've seen the last 4 years.
Pick your own but please get informed and please vote if you are not confused or prejudiced. Our soldiers protecting our tiny thread of peace and freedom we have left deserve our vote and our backing.
These czars the president picked do not serve our interests. Now this guy in the picture, he could be my soil czar!