That Was Then, This Is Now

Conventional wisdom, like most everything else, has undergone some changes. Americans have a fine opportunity during the next 72 hours to look forward with an understanding of past historical events, political issues, and state of this – that – and the other thing.

Then: Grand Old Party (GOP)
Now: Greed Oppression Piety

Over the years many people have told others prior to a national election to ask themselves,

 “Are you better off than you were four years ago?”

It was this one question would determine which candidate would win your vote.

That was then, this is now.

Life is no simpler (although tasks may be easier).

I beg you that this year a more appropriate question would be,

“Which candidate’s platform, past efforts, leadership skills, and integrity can help you the most during the next four years?”

 

The State and Federal “CEOs” get a lot of the blame and some of the credit.

The short of it is:

Vote (for instance): For people with integrity.

Governor (John Gregg)

President (Barack Obama)

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Posted on November 4, 2012, in & Conservation, Humor, Patriotism, Politics, Public Health & Safety, Socioeconomics and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Oh God that pic was great! Keep posting the clock is ticking!

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