Obama, You Scare Me
You say you will lead us through change. This is a frightening thought when one witnesses the framework from which you stand.
I am visibly shaken to the core when I view the information and articles written about and from the Obama campaign which includes thoughts and opinions that Obama personally expresses on camera. To say that I am concerned is to put it mildly. I am sad that Obama feels the need to exploit the Bible, challenge American patriotism and honor, and uses his esteemed academic prowess to insult the integrity of this formidable and phenomenal nation. Yes, Obama you are extremely smart and clever…but, you have not pulled the wool over every American’s eyes. You say you stand for us. You say you will lead us through change. This is a frightening thought when one witnesses the framework from which you stand.
You want to give free medical insurance to all (this is a benchmark to socialized medicine). You also want to decrease premiums for those who pay for medical insurance (who will subsidize this government? businesses? somebody has to pay). You have so many “costly” plans and programs to give back to the poor and middle class such as increasing the funds for the federal workforce training program and doubling the funding for the manufacturing extension partnership. You also want to address infrastructure by creating a NAR Bank by supplementing it with 60 billion dollars over 10 years and creating a national network of public/private incubators by investing 250 million dollars per year. The list of your “good economic deeds” goes on and on! I ask that before you do all this…could you please explain to the American public how you plan to network all this SURPLUS of FUNDS to the American people without increasing our budget deficit or depleting other national and defense resources. Eventually, we will all see higher consumer taxes or product costs. Nothing is free in this world…yours or mine. We all pay a price for what is mistakenly given for nothing. Your ideas to jumpstart the economy to the tune of 50 billion dollars is a windfall that few can profit from. Where do you exact to capitalize on the economics of rebates that would be taken from…say, our government’s surplus of funds?????? This Robin Hood theory has been tried time and time again. I will grant you this, your thoughts on helping our senior citizens (you didn’t stipulate an age???? 80, 90???!!!!!!) is a wonderful proposal. Your ideas on national defense I will quantify with two words disturbing and alarming.
You might presumably stand on the pretext of being an American, but you do not stand on the principles of our nation and our founding fathers. You give false promises with counterfeit dollars. I believe that you have convinced yourself that your words lend credence to what we want to hear vs the reality of what is and can be done. You have not proven yourself as a leader, a man who places the welfare of others before those of his own (excluding family), and someone who sees one amalgamated nation….”The United States of America”. Unlike McCain, you have not proven yourself worthy of our confidence. There are numerous question marks surrounding your life, your goals, your accomplishments, and those you associate with.
To this I add the unmistaken falsehood of Michelle Obama’s lack luster words that emanated from her mouth during the DNC. After reviewing her senior thesis and contemplating her terminology and evaluation of our society, it concerns me greatly that she views America as a “white vs black” nation. Her internal struggle at Princeton wherein she “felt isolated based on her color” (her words) is a culmination of her own internal struggle of self worth. This is a society wherein one can chose to either set up barriers or parameters that exclude or include every person regardless of race or religion. In her presumptive attitude she and she alone has set up parameters that were self inflicted. I, for one, am proud of the person I have become. I do not judge others based on their color, religion, education, or any other matter. I have friends of every color or religion. I accept each person’s right to express their opinion and choose those whom they wish to associate with. I do, however, realize that some fight internal battles that cause them to react to me as an enemy not as a friend. Therefore, I retreat knowing that nothing I say or do will change their attitude or personal cultural warfare from within. We must each battle internal demons of our upbringing…some choose to change while others allow it to cement our attitude and future. Each person we meet brings a special link that affords us the opportunity to face the challenges of tomorrow and the joys of today. I cannot believe that Michelle Obama feels that because of her color she has restrictive rights, privileges, and that anyone not of the black race is out to quantify segregation and spur dissension. I will not insult their integrity, attitude, beliefs, or philosophies. I will however, make a choice not for President of our wonderful nation based on what I read, hear, and see. It is, at least I think so, quite obvious who we need to support…John McCain.
Thank you for allowing me to voice my opinion. God bless all of you and may your choices in life be those that reap you the rewards that He has intended for you.