An Open Letter to Obama Voters
Patriot Update – J. Matt Barber – 10/22/2012
We walked up to a fellow with a gray pony tail, John Lennon glasses and Birkenstocks. He was wearing a Romney sticker. “Mind if I ask why you’re voting for Mitt Romney?” I asked. “I assume you are.”
His reply – and these were his words, not mine – was short and to the point: “Because I refuse to be that stupid twice.”
Changing one’s mind doesn’t always reveal a tendency toward indecision. Sometimes, changing one’s mind reveals a tendency toward wisdom.
READER COMMENT: Here are a few honest questions for you Dave regarding Obama's dedication to the working man.
1. If Barack Obama's policies favored the working man, then why are 20 million plus of us still unemployed?
2. If Barack Obama's policies favored the working man, then why have our health care premiums almost doubled this past year with another 30+ per cent increase expected next year?
3. If Barack Obama's policies favored the working man, why did he sign an executive order granting work permits for millions of illegal aliens earlier this year, making middle class US citizens compete for jobs with them?
4. If Barack Obama's policies favored the working man, why did he refuse to sign the Keystone Pipeline legislation that would have created tens of thousands of good paying energy sector jobs?
5. If Barack Obama's policies favored the working man, why did he kill energy permits on government land, destroying tens of thousands of good paying middle class jobs?
6. If Barack Obama's policies favored the working man, why didn't his millions of "shovel-ready jobs" ever materialize?
7. If Barack Obama's policies favored the working man, why has he added more to the federal debt than all previous US presidents combined, saddling future generations of working class people with tens of thousands of dollars of debt per capita?
The truth of the matter is this, my friend; Barack Hussein Obama is no friend of the working man. He's a friend of the politically connected, left-wing activist. We don't live during the Industrial Revolution anymore when there were stark differences between management and labor. We live in an interconnected, global economy with very strong competition from countries that 50 years ago were disorganized and deeply impoverished. In order for the
economy to grow, we can no longer
rely on the policies of 100 years ago that pitted manager vs. worker, and
divided us in order to conquer us by economic classes. We must work together,
offering the most productivity and innovation that each of us possesses in order
to remain the light of the world. That light has been dimmed the last 4 years,
and we can scarcely afford another. That's why I'm voting for