Sunday, October 5, 2008

The Battle of Good and Evil


With only a month left to go before the elections, you would think both candidates would be voicing their plans, telling this country where they plan to lead us and what they intend to do. Only one of the candidates is doing this.

The McCain campaign has decided instead, to step up their attacks on Barack Obama, a desperate move by a desperate man.

With the economy in the toilet, wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, a 20% approval rating of the current president (where we all know McCain stood with almost 100% of the time) and countless other issues, John McCain has decided to put all of that on the back burner and focus on the most important issue in his mind: smearing Barack Obama's good name.

I believe it is an outrage. I believe the polls will continue tipping in the direction of Barack Obama and Joe Biden and away from an angry old man and an inexperienced running mate, a cheap and insulting gimmick being used by the GOP.

The evildoers since September 11, 2001 have been right here in the USA. In Washington DC. On Wall St. One is a senator from Arizona and the other a governor from the meth capital of Alaska. One is from Texas. The connection between all of them? Their outlook, their beliefs, their old and failed strategies and ideas.

We don't need more of them in charge. We don't need more of them in general. We need to be bold and different and new. We need to take charge and do something extraordinary. We need to take our country back.

1 comment:

Cheryl said...

Bravo! Well Put! It's nice to see another who has the "Audacity of Hope" and can still have faith in the basic good in people. It will take that to overcome the onslaught coming, and to move forward into the nation we can be. I am with you.

Cheryl M.
Marietta, GA.