As the 11th hour draws nigh for election 2012, #IWillNotVoteForObama trends on Twitter Sunday and #LielikeMitt takes center stage Monday, while the the Republicrats and Democryns scramble to get people out to vote, even going so far as to use fear tactics and admissions that the other may win.
According to Bloomberg Business Week, Obama threw out the scare tactic, "If we don't turn out the vote, we could lose a lot of the gains we've already made." You know, similarly to the car salesman that says, "I can't guarantee the car will be here tomorrow, you better sign the papers now." As of course, he knows that particular vehicle has been sitting way too long and isn't going anywhere, but the push for that commission is on.
With 18 electoral votes at stake in Ohio, just seven miles will separate the two in Columbus Monday evening as they attempt to show the crowd they are the better twin. I mean really, isn't that how the average American votes, kind of like: "Who would look better in the White House, Tweedledee or Tweedledum?"
Speaking of the two "Tweedles," coined by Libertarian candidate, the former New Mexico governor will be showing off his passion for liberty against Green Party candidate at the second and final Free & Equal debate Monday in Washington, D.C.
So, if you are still interested in watching political speeches, you may want to hop on over to FreeandEqual.org to catch something new and refreshing. Or, let's see, I wonder how many will want to watch the two in Ohio attempting top the other's rhetoric as they stand a bit taller and straighter hoping America will buy their pitch and conclude one looks more presidential than the other. According to the mainstream media, that's how America votes: "Hmmmmm, who looks more presidential?"
What will I be doing Monday night? Choosing which writing utensil to use as I vote for the one who consistently voted his whole career like a president who could make a difference, turn the economy around, give the people back their freedom. I'll be voting for the one who stood up and fought even when he was the last man standing: I'll be writing in Ron Paul.
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