Here is a quote from an article by Fred Singer posted at the American Thinker on October 25, 2012, click here to see the full article. Your vote on November 6th is very important … vote Romney/Ryan.
The November elections will determine the direction of US climate policy — and therefore also energy policy and the pace of economic growth: jobs, standards of living, budget deficits and inflation. Obama has already promised to make climate change the centerpiece of his concern — with all that implies: “Green” energy policy, linked to loss of jobs (Keystone pipeline disapproval), rising gas prices (ethanol mandates), and crony capitalism (Solyndra).
By contrast, Romney is a climate skeptic — and Ryan has been quite outspoken: the perfect anti-Gore. The science supports Romney-Ryan — notwithstanding the UN-IPCC, and the bulk of the climate scientists living high on the hog on government grants.
Early voting in Colorado began on Monday, 10/22, and by midday there were already problems at Colorado State University’s polling place. Democrats had put up signs and banners and were offering free pizza and T-shirts to students who voted- –all within 100 feet of the Lory Student Center where voting was taking place.
By some reports posters of Obama were on display inside the student center. The Colorado Republican committee has sent a letter to Scott Doyle, Larimer County Clerk, protesting these violations.
With all the talk about the Libya attack and which candidate knows more about military equipment I think an important point was missed by the media. Who has the right vision for our country? I liked Mitt’s comments about the role of America in the world.
Mitt Romney calls for the world of Islam and other parts of the world to reject radical violent extremism. To quote Mitt:
Let me step back and talk about what I think our mission has to be in the Middle East and even more broadly, because our purpose is to make sure the world is more … is peaceful. We want a peaceful planet. We want people to be able to enjoy their lives and know they’re going to have a bright and prosperous future, not be at war. That’s our purpose. And the mantle of leadership for the … promoting the principles of peace has fallen to American. We didn’t ask for it. But it’s an honor that we have it.”
We need a leader that believes in American and can get our economy back on track. A leader that has clarity about the objectives, including opposing Islamic Extremism.
You can still watch the debates on CSpan, click here.