Published: Monday, Nov. 5 2012 12:00 p.m. MST
Well said. I hope people listen.
I think the writer does not grasp how serious this election really is. Our
nation's very survival is at stake. All that we stand for, all that we
are as a nation is on the line.
What a condescending tone. I feel like I'm owed an apology for having read
Good advice Ty. The presidency is important, but for the most part, it does not
impact our daily lives as much as our own actions.Every election of
my life-time I have heard someone say "this is the most important election
of our lifetimes!". Well its probably not more important than 1800, 1860,
1932 or 1980, and that last one was in my lifetime. Whether one
thinks that President Obama is good or bad, the congressional majority he had
for his first two years is gone and he will never get it back. So all this talk
about "our way of life" and our "existence" being at stake is
just not true. And the same goes for Governor Romney: Democrats will control
the Senate and Romney has a worse relationship with Senator Reid than Obama does
with Speaker Boehner. So whoever wins needs to learn to cooperate to get
anything done, and he will certianly not get everything he wants.My
own take: both are family men, Harvard-grads, and have great resume's.
It's not a choice between good and evil and America has endured far worse
times than right now.
I just wasted 3 minutes of my life.
Regarding point #2: I don't think the Mr. kiisel read the article
correctly. Employers aren't telling them who to vote for, as much as they
are saying what they believe will happen to THEIR business if Obama's
elected. Why can't an employer say that to his employees? He's just
being honest. I think it shows concern for the future and after all, the
business owner has a right to be concerned. Who is Ty Kiisel?
Never heard of him... Kind of a lame article.
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