I am enjoying the Republican primaries, because it reminds me of a rhetorical question. We know who Obama’s 8 ton elephant challenger in the room from the opposition will be in November 2012; yet the news agencies are doing their best to make it look good by depicting the race as something worth the undivided focus.
The Romney dude has already gotten the blessings from Bush #41 and company; and also the old man McCain and crew. So, it really looks like Romney and Obama in 2012.
So what do you think? I believe that it will be an election about more of the same, so he who has the most money will no doubt be the victor as usual. Where does it position the broke man, or the poverty stricken constituents? What does it mean for the illiterate and socially hopeless; and so on and so forth?
Remember “change that we could believe in…”? Well, that’s a real hint about the consequences of the possible results of the November elections in the great USA. It could be business as usual; where the rich and elite politically connected continue to prosper, and the poor and forgotten will have to dig themselves out of their God forsaken circumstances alone.
What are Americans voting for this time? There are some genuine concerns which they will rightly so address in the upcoming presidential race. They include: the significant reduction of government spending and decrease of the national debt, illegal immigration, employment, the future and leadership.
America is great and promising, but it will take the modern innovativeness of Americans to remain personally and globally spirited. The candidate who could motivate their people the most to proceed and succeed at their respective visions and desires of being totally productive citizens, will be president elect in November.
The status quo in America must adjust to the level where the majority of her people are well nurtured to confront the challenges of any day and time. Too many Americans are still being left behind, and so are other peoples from the various nations of the world. This is where the real war is; on poverty and human neglect.Let’s do something worthwhile and positively permanent about it Mr. President.