Election Day is within a week, have you made up your mind?
With the world economic system in turmoil and this country in a tumultuous time with high unemployment in addition to high home foreclosures, where do you stand?
As you are well aware, we have Democratic nominee Barack Obama and Republican nominee John Mccain running for the title of president of the United State of America—a decision that would allow this new leader to manage this country for the next 4 years.
Do you believe that we should take a different approach in electing a different party in office or would you take a stab at electing the same party to lead us again?
Whether you’re a liberal-democrat, moderate-independent or a conservative-republican, we should take the stance of uniting and crossing over partisanship lines to unite as one voice in electing someone that you believe in that has the capability of becoming the better-quality leader that can unite this great country.
I, personally, think that this partisanship has ruined our country’s reputation as we are divided and seen as becoming one-sided bigots in showing only a strong commitment to one party.
This is my analogy of being one-sided when you could have it all: “Why buy Chinese food by the pint when you can go to an all you can eat Chinese buffet and sample snippets of each dish that is normally on a regular Chinese restaurant menu.” With that being said, it is a matter of choosing someone that has the quality that you’re looking for instead of siding with a particular party.
Because we should take into consideration that this isn’t what our forefathers’ had sought for us when writing our freedom, our constitution—we weren’t established as a country to be divided in any civil way; which, as a consequence, has divided us once from the old Union States of the north and the old Confederate States of the South.
Tuesday November 4, 2008 would be a day of good judgment or judgment day. Let us look pass the reds and the blues and let us partake on this as an obligation to better our nation.
So, go make your vote count this coming Tuesday!
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