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Posted on 11/05/2012 3:02:02 PM PST by p. henry
When you vote on Tuesday, remember.
Remember the weakest economic recovery, and the longest sustained period of unemployment over 8%, in at least 67 years.
Remember the long-term unemployed (those out of work for 27 weeks or longer). As of November 2, 2012, there were five million of them.
Remember six trillion dollars in new debtdebt that will burden our children and grandchildrenthat has been incurred over the last four years.
Remember the lowest workforce participation rate since 1983.
Remember Under my plan of a cap and trade system, electricity rates would necessarily skyrocket. Barak Obama, January 17, 2008, San Francisco Chronicle.
Remember the innumerable false claims by the President that a tax increase on those who are financially successful is required to assure that we all pay our fair share, when the top five percent of wage earners pay more than 60 percent of our countrys total reported income taxes.
Remember that, if you own a business, you didnt build that.
Remember the non-union employees of Delphi who lost their pensions while their UAW colleagues at General Motors not only kept their pensions but received 17.5% of GM.
Remember the billions of dollars in loans and grants to now bankrupt green companies, most of them owned in part by major contributors to the Presidents election campaign.
Remember This is my last election .After my election I have more flexibility. Barack Obama to Russian Prime Minister Medvedev while discussing missile defense in Seoul, South Korea on March 22, 2012.
Remember a world in which that most populous Arab nation was not controlled by Islamist radials and in which North Africa was not an Al Qaeda training ground.
But most of all, remember Tyrone Woodsalone on a roof in Benghazi, manning a machine gun against Al Qaeda affiliates and pointing a laser designator at the mortar that would eventually kill himcalling for help from the air that would never appear.
I Can Feel It! Wind of Change ... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n4RjJKxsamQ&feature=related
Do what I did. Look up the ballot for your state so you KNOW what you are voting ON. This ballot is one of the largest, and if you are prepared, you will help speed up the process, ensuring others aren’t delayed.
We’re all brothers in this, no matter what. Help yourself, and help others with no cost and little effort.
Done and done. Mrs. p. henry and I will be at the polls when the doors open. Our state is deep blue. but we always vote. Haven’t missed an election since 72, and that one was intentional.