There is plenty of evidence around us showing that some people, actually too many, still don't get it.
If you believe the auto industry was saved with millions of taxpayers' money when most of that went to the union offices, then read The A-T of September about the Chevy Volt.
If you believe Obamacare will be the answer to future health care ... if you have a child in college you will join one in five homes with student debt and believe they will have good-paying jobs waiting for them when they graduate ... if you believe in departing this earth to leave your children and grandchildren with a debt they will never be able to repay ... if you believe there aren't 25 million people looking for work ... if you believe there aren't more people on food stamps than ever ... if you believe in same-sex marriage and their right to raise children, if you believe churches should provide contraceptive coverage ... if you believe that a cap-and-trade carbon tax will not skyrocket your future energy bills ... if you believe in taxpayer-funded abortion ... if you believe in taking the ability to defend themselves away from our brave servicemen and women ... if you don't believe you will be hit by a huge tax hike, read The A-T article of Oct. 2.
If you believe coal is an evil source of energy, talk to the coal miners and operators who did not get taxpayers' money ... if those of you living off the government and, thereby, off the taxpayers believe there will be money to pay you in the future ... if you believe all of these things, you are a loyal Democrat and should be proud to vote for Obama and his misguided surrogates who have been in charge for the past four years.
Let me leave you with one sobering thought. This election is not about Democrats or Republicans. This is about the survival of our great nation. If Barack Hussein Obama gets in for another term, America as we know it will no longer be the greatest nation on the face of the earth. It will no longer be the land of the free and the home of the brave.
Now go and do the right thing.
Dieter G. Schneppat, Tiffin