Once or twice in a lifetime voters are afforded the opportunity to vote in an election that will determine the course of America's future and values.
November 6, 2012 will be one of those rare opportunities to vote and that you will tell your children and grandchildren about someday.
Election 2012 will permanently shape the course America takes for her future. The decision America makes on November 6 will determine what kind of America we will have for decades and generations to come.
The differences between the two candidates, their philosophies, style, and approaches to governance are starkly different.
We see this as your election. The President, congress, and government are your employees. They should be looking out for everything that is in your and America's best interest. For far too long career politicians have made countless empty promises and fabricated lies to enable them to be reelected. Many have lost sight of the fact that they were elected and sent to Washington and the 50 Houses of State to represent you and the people of your neighborhood, city, and state. You have a very important responsibility to voice your opinion as to the direction of America's future.
It is exhilarating to be on a winning team. America will awaken on November 7 with either a reelected President Barack Obama or, she will awaken to President elect Mitt Romney. Two questions for your consideration include: Who will you cast your vote for as our next president? and, Will America really win with the newly elected president?
Disclaimer: It is neither our place nor our intention to instruct you as to how or for whom to vote. That is your God-given right and responsibility! We simply wish to highlight some of the differences between the two opposing candidates who are running for President to the United States of America. You are encouraged to do your own research. Study our lists and all the other information that is abundantly available to you then prayerfully make up your own mind and vote as God leads you.
Consider some of the major differences between the two candidates.
President Obama has either stated or demonstrated the following:
* Continue to increase the size and scope of the federal government
* Supports exerting more governmental control over Americans' lives through massive numbers of new federal regulations
* Increase dependency upon government by adding millions of people to the rolls of various social programs such as welfare, food stamps, etc.
* Continues to operate without a federal budget
* Inability to balance a federal budget
* Continue to follow a Keynesian model of economics that advocates America's spending her way out of debt
* Increase taxes on wealthiest Americans
* Increase taxes on all Americans through newly enacted federal programs
* Increase the federal deficit through additional spending that currently borrows .43 cents of every dollar spent
* Decrease the size of the military
* Continue an anemic foreign policy that ignores Israel and attempts to appease enemies
* Move America into socialized medicine through implementation the Affordable Care Act, aka Obamacare
* Supports abortion and funding of Planned Parenthood
* Denied Keystone Oil Pipeline and is phasing out coal mining
Governor Romney has stated that he plans to:
* Reduce the size and reach of the federal government
* Repeal or nullify many of the new regulations advanced by various governmental agencies
* Decrease dependency upon government social welfare programs by encouraging the creation of millions of new jobs
* Adopt a federal budget
* Balance the federal budget by living within its parameters
* Abandon the current Keynesian model of economics in favor of a more traditional capitalistic approach
* Reduce the tax rates of all Americans
* Reduce the federal deficit by reining in federal spending
* Reduce or eliminate programs that are financed by borrowed monies
* Increase size of and strengthen the military
* Implement a foreign policy that recognizes Israel as our best ally in the Middle East and deals with our enemies decisively
* Repeal Obamacare and replace it with a bipartisan health care bill
* Pro life and pledges to defund Planned Parenthood
* Supports Keystone Oil Pipeline and coal mining
The differences between these two candidates are starkly different and the stakes of this election are extremely high.
It is neither our place nor our intention to instruct you as to how or for whom to vote. That is your God-given right and responsibility! We have simply highlighted some of the differences between the two opposing candidates who are running for President to the United States of America.
How should I decide for whom to vote?
Prayerfully study Scripture and compare God's revealed will with the positions of both presidential candidates and other candidates down the ballot where you live and vote.
Should I vote my for the person in my particular political party? Seeking God's will for America through prayer and voting for the person God leads you to vote for is the best way to cast your ballot in 2012.
We encourage you to vote by prayerful principles not simply by party affiliation.
Finally, consider this: If it was up to you to cast the final deciding vote that would determine whether Barack Obama would be reelected or Mitt Romney would be elected President, which person would you vote for?
Your vote is vastly important. Pray, follow God's leadership, and make your vote count.
"If my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and I will forgive their sin and will heal their land." II Chronicles 7:14