Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Political stance.

Isn't it crazy how we're willing to
complain about the state of education, the economy, and health care,
discuss in detail with our friends the risque pages of Fifty Shades of Grey,
get in heated debates over who's sports team is best,
or post to the social networking world how far we ran today
and/or what we're eating for dinner tonight...
yet many of us hesitate to speak our minds about our stance on particular POTUS candidates or other elected officials?   I think people should step up to the plate and at least be able to get the ball rolling with close friends and family.  It's this kind of back-and-forth that helps us form and share opinions.  

(With that being said, I'm pretty sure it is no secret whom I favor in this election...President Obama.  I think he better represents all  of Americans (especially "the 47%"...and certainly women!), not just the upper crust.  And I think we -- the middle class -- are  better off than we were 4 years ago.  Job reports continue to be on the rise.  Is there more progress to be made?  Absolutely.  But let's give the man another four years to realistically accomplish his (and our) goals!)
After all, an economy has to heal before it can be expected to grow.)

If you're still undecided as a voter,
don't make that an excuse not to vote in today's election.
Now is not the time to be apathetic!
Create a personal political profile at electnext.com and make an informed choice.

Today is one of the  biggest elections of our time.
And it is "the" year for women to step up, be heard, and get more involved!
So get out there and rock the vote, fellow Americans.
And God Bless the U.S.A.!

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