Wouldn’t you love it if
Obama and Romney actually addressed the accelerating problems facing
our country and give voters reasonable answers—and then take action
once they reached the White House? Instead, moderators asked ridiculous
questions that avoid the nitty-gritty of our nation’s woes.
If Romney or Obama would give this speech, the citizens of America would
vote them into the presidency in a landslide. If one of those
men would implement the principles, policies and practices both here
in the USA and overseas, we would gladly elect them.
If one of them said, “Since we have wasted 10 years in Iraq and 11 years
in Afghanistan and $800 billion, and we have killed over 4,000 of our
finest young men and women, and we have accomplished nothing whatsoever
to stop terrorists in all that time, I will pull out of those countries
100 percent upon my first day in office. I will follow the words
of President Thomas Jefferson, “The United States must avoid foreign
entanglements.” We don’t need 452,000 military personnel on 700
bases around the world when we need our own country’s borders guarded.
The military waste can no longer be continued. I will bring them back
If one of them said, “We can no longer survive with in-excess of 20
million illegal alien migrants in our lands. They overwhelm our
schools, hospitals, food banks, welfare and prisons. I will strictly
enforce internally our present immigration laws as to hiring, transport
and housing of illegal migrants. I will create attrition through
enforcement. If anyone jumps our borders, he or she will be fingerprinted,
photographed and sent home. If caught again, they face 10 years in prison
with no hope of parole. The buck stops with me. As to legal
immigration, the current 1.2 million annual legal immigration numbers
are too high, take jobs from Americans and overload our country as to
environment, schools and welfare.
“I will work to reduce all immigration to less than 100,000 per year.
We can help other countries with their people in their own lands.
We cannot afford to be the final destination for endless immigration.
Additionally, we only allow immigrants that benefit our country and
speak our language and do not use our welfare system and are compatible
with our culture and way of life. We will no longer invite people
with incompatible religions and cultures into our country. It is counterproductive
for them and us. ”
If one of them said, “As to Muslims and the Middle East, we will no
longer fund Pakistan, Egypt, Iraq, Afghanistan or any other country.
We need to allow them to settle their own differences. We must
not allow more bloodshed of our own young men and women. We will
not financially support any more governments in the Middle East or any
other countries around the world. As to travel, because all terrorist
activities have been young Muslim men, we will profile all Middle Eastern
men who might travel to our country as a way to discourage violence
to our citizens.”
If one of the candidates said, “Since we import billions of dollars
of manufactured goods into the USA through free trade that has caused
a $1.3 trillion debt to China, I will create “fair trade” so that when
we buy $10 billion in goods from them, China buys $10 billion in goods
from us. This will benefit our workers by creating manufacturing
jobs in our country to support our citizens instead of citizens of China.
It would also stop the trade deficits we face from unequal trade.”
If one candidate said, “To stop drugs from coming into America, I am
taking 28 thousand troops out of Korea and place them on our Mexican
border. That would stop drug trafficking within 30 days to a trickle.
It would stop illegal immigration quicker than the Navy Seals took out
bin Laden. I will use common sense and rational action to enforce
If one of them said, “I will work for American citizens and communities
to bring back the finest jobs that will promote the finest schools and
deliver the finest rebuilding of infrastructure within the United States.
I will work for American citizens to better their lives and the lives
of our youth. I will change the 46.9 million Americans living
on food stamps by introducing workfare/education-fare for welfare.
I will make educating our minorities along with personal responsibility
and accountability the mainstay of our nation. I will fund it by bringing
home most of our military personnel on those 700 bases and those useless
Obviously, these common sense solutions would get the next president
elected in a heartbeat. We need a national conservation of energy bill
to accent energy conservation. We need massive alternative energy
research. We need water conservation. We need to force
welfare people off the “easy street” rolls and onto jobs that enhance
their lives by being responsible and contributing to our society.
We don’t need what this lady espouses in this video:
We need a president who talks straight, is an All-American president,
one who doesn’t hide his past and supports the American way of life
100 percent with all his mind, heart and soul. If one of the candidates
gives this speech, he would become the next president of the United
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