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We live in critical times.

By that I mean that our nation and our culture is fighting for its life.

The current "election is not a choice between two men or even two parties - it is a choice between two kinds of American Governments: the one we were founded under and the one that we are floundering under".

The original is a tried and proven form of government that was so successful that it was copied by all but six of the governments of the world and resulted in the most incredible improvement ever seen in the history of the world.

The "fundamental change" that Obama is in the process of imposing upon us is nothing but one more of numerous attempts to make socialism work.

Socialism is a failure formula that has never worked and has failed or is in the process of failing every time it has ever been implemented.

It will destroy our nation and the freedoms our founders bought with their blood and if we lose this battle, our freedoms will not be restored for generations to come and would require the spilling of more blood.

Our founders put in place a means for us to preserve our country without bloodshed. It is as simple as entering the voting booth and voting for the representatives that believe in the original government formed by the founders.

The presidential team that supports our heritage - is the Romney/Ryan team.

Keep in mind that our states also have rights and if we do not continually fight to maintain our states' rights, we also lose the battle. Vote for the representatives that can best help your state restore and maintain state's rights.

This blog was created to share information that will provide important details about current issues that are affecting our nation. The information included is a collection of documents, videos, emails, commercials, political cartoons, etc. It has not been checked for accuracy - the job it too tedious and time consuming for me to get to.

I agree with much of it but do not agree with all of it. I'm sure it will be the same for you but thought it was all worth sharing.
Please share this with as many people as you can before the November 6th election.

Saturday, October 27, 2012

Des Moines Register backs Mitt Romney

Romney in Pensacola, Fla (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
LAND O'LAKES, Fla.—Mitt Romney won a major newspaper endorsement on Saturday, as the Des Moines Register's editorial board formally backed the GOP candidate's bid for the presidency.
It was the first time in 40 years the influential battleground state paper endorsed a Republican in the general election, dating back to its support of Richard Nixon in the 1972 election. The Register previously backed Romney in the 2012 GOP primary.
In an editorial published on the newspaper's website Saturday night, the Register called both Romney and President Barack Obama "superbly qualified," citing their service in government and the fact they are both "devoted husbands and fathers."
But according to the paper, it determined Romney was better positioned to "forge the compromises in Congress" necessary to turn the economy around, create jobs and get the federal budget back on track.
"Romney has made rebuilding the economy his No. 1 campaign priority--and rightly so," the Register's editorial read.
At the same time, the paper noted Obama's "best efforts to resuscitate the stumbling economy have fallen short."
"Nothing indicates it would change with a second term in the White House," the paper said. "Barack Obama rocketed to the presidency from relative obscurity with a theme of hope and change. A different reality has marked his presidency. His record on the economy the past four years does not suggest he would lead in the direction the nation must go in the next four years."
The Register noted that Romney is likely to face the same kind of political opposition that has challenged Obama's first term agenda. But the paper expressed hope that Romney might be able to forge the same kind of alliances that helped him govern as a Republican in Massachusetts.
"Voters should give Mitt Romney a chance to correct the nation's fiscal course and to implode the partisan gridlock that has shackled Washington and the rest of America--with the understanding that he would face the same assessment in four years if he does not succeed," the paper wrote.
It's unclear how the Register's support will influence the race in Iowa, where polls have found Romney and Obama in a statistical dead heat. Romney scheduled to campaign in the state Monday. He spent two days in the state earlier this week.