By now the anger and frustration of most Conservatives has begun to subside. There are many who will contemplate sitting out this election, saying their beliefs and principles won’t allow them to vote for either candidate in November.
To them I say, remember when you jumped into the water for the first time? You held your nose and did it because you knew you had to do it. Well, if need be, hold your nose and vote for the Republican. Because the election of Hillary or Obama is too frightening to contemplate. I will remind you of just a few reasons why we cannot stay at home on election day!
“A Clinton administration would move this country to the far left in four years, complete with a defunding of the military and the intelligence communities while abdicating much of our country’s sovereignty to the United Nations when it comes to global policy. As was the case under the first Clinton administration, terrorism would be relegated to a matter of “law enforcement.” source: Frank Salvato of New Media Journal
A Clinton administration would continue the corruption and liberalization of the whole of the Executive Branch (the State Department, the Justice Department, the Pentagon, etc.). It would continue to encourage the State Department to embrace its one-world, globalist policies, policies that have usurped the Constitution by ignoring the authority of Executive Branch under the Bush administration. This usurpation is acomplished by the hands of many Bill Clinton appointees. We will also see a continued politicalization of the Justice Department as foes of the Clintons are scrutinized while their allies and benefactors go unprosecuted for their malfeasance – both financial and criminal.
A Barack Obama Administration Has too many negatives to contemplate for this Country. But I will list a few:
We have no actual record on which to judge Barack Obama (he destroyed his records from when he was an Illinois State Senator and he hasn’t done anything of substance in the US Senate) so we have to judge him at his word and deeds, that is an offer of a Change. But change has two side of the coin! Not all change is good!
Obama would be extremely weak on the global war against radical Islamism. He has stated that he would remove US forces from the field of battle in Iraq within 90 days of being sworn in, even as we stand at the brink of victory in the Iraqi theater.
Obama has parroted the very same “change” mantra – a false promise of hope – which Bill Clinton advanced in 1992, again without actually advancing a substantive policy or platform. This demonstrates that he is untested in his leadership and willing to use the tools of political opportunism to achieve his personal goals. Promises at election time are usually broken when elected. As this record from the Illinois legislature indicates:
” On June 11, 2002, Obama’s vote sparked a confrontation after he joined Republicans to block Democrats trying to override a veto by GOP Gov. George Ryan of a $2-million allotment for the west Chicago child welfare office.
Shortly afterward, Obama chastised Republicans for their “sanctimony” in claiming that only they had the mettle to make tough choices in a tight budget year. And he called for “responsible budgeting.”
A fellow Democrat suddenly seethed with anger. “You got a lot of nerve to talk about being responsible,” said Sen. Rickey Hendon, accusing Obama of voting to close the child welfare office.
Obama replied right away. “I understand Sen. Hendon’s anger. . . . I was not aware that I had voted no on that last — last piece of legislation,” he said.
Source: Chicago Tribune
Perhaps most disturbingly, he has advanced a racial element in his presidential campaign that exhibits a willingness to divide in order to conquer, a most despicable trait in any politician. If white candidate tried using racial statements in his campaign the Media would demand an apology and possible sanctions.Further, his deeds, statements and silence on select issues present serious questions about his ideology. The radical, afro-centric tenets of his church, Trinity United Church of Christ and it’s Pastor Rev. Wright, have never been adequately examined by the main stream media. Couple this with the fact that the leaders of the radical Islamist movement – Osama bin Laden and Ayman al Zawahiri – could at any time issue a fatwa against Obama for, not only being a Muslim apostate, but for being a Muslim apostate and aspiring to be the leader of “the Great Satan,” the United States of America, and you have a plethora of troubling notions that most certainly cast a shadow on his candidacy”. And what would we do if a fatwa was issued after he was elected?
We have no alternative as Conservatives but to vote for McCain in November if he is the nominee. Staying home is not an option!