Even though the issues of today may not affect me because I’m an oldie, they will, however, affect my children, grandchildren and future generation. This is why I am compelled to speak up.
Another four years of Obama’s liberal thinking will put us so far in debt that we will never see another balanced budget.
I am a moderate who does not believe in spending $200 for tennis shoes or a need to buy every new electronic trinket that comes out yearly and put it on my credit card.
It is time we Americans need to wise up and put our money into educating our young, furnish housing and food. What more does one need?
Obama’s theory is to “rob from the rich,” and give it to China. We should have a say about how to spend money we’ve worked and saved for our retirement.
This time I choose Romney. He has a proven record how to manage money and to get our economy back on track.
L. J. Williams
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