What does presidential candidate Barack Obama say when he is confronted by the truth? Should he call his opponent a liar? Clearly, President Obama calls Mitt Romney a liar because the president doesn't have a plan or a record to stand on; his record is one of dismal failure, which has hurt America. His program of "hope and change" has been anything but that. Rather, Obama has not fulfilled our hopes, but he has brought change, trillions in debt and a nation to the brink of disaster.
He runs on illusion and styled words, the same old rhetoric spewed for four years - flowery words without substance or meaning except those that fill a part of his agenda. His agenda: pro-green, pro-gay marriage, pro-union and pro-socialist, pro-anything that will help him win the next four years. Since becoming president, he has continued to run for president. He apologizes for the things we Americans sacrificed so much to stop. Things such as racial prejudice, genocide and the terror of evil ideologies. Americans waged war and died to bring these evil political systems to an end, communism, Nazis, and the jihad of Moslem extremists. He bows to Saudi kings, to Chinese leaders and holds secrets about his past like the Rev. Jeremiah Wright and communist Bill Ayers. Obama is the antithesis to being open and transparent.
Obama cannot stand on his record of failure, so he pathetically calls Romney a liar, true to the demagogue he truly is! Romney in the first debate did an excellent job of clearly laying out a well-organized, step-by-step plan to save this nation from the great damages Obama has done to all of us in the last four years. Romney will bring back employment by creating jobs not with the government, but in the private sector, stabilize the economy and bring pride to the small business people who are the backbone of the nation, and he will fund the best military in the world without which we cannot survive in this unstable world. But most of all, Romney would again proudly place the American beacon light of liberty back up high where it belongs!
Edward Robert Talbot,