That is one of the closing messages Mitt Romney is offering on this final day of campaigning in the 2012 presidential election. It is a message of optimism and hope that offers a stark contrast to President Obama’s closing message of blame and “revenge”
In 2008, Barack Obama sold most American’s on his promise of hope and change but four years later, most voters have seen that President Obama does not have a positive, optimistic vision for America. His vision is a nation divided by class, envy, and blame. And despite the evidence of the fact that Barack Obama’s blank checks and handouts have been doing more harm than good, his entire presidential campaign promised four more years of the same failed policies.
That is not the American way. Americans do not stay down and they do not sustain failure. They learn from their mistakes, and correct the wrongs of our past in order to create a better future.
That better future is not possible with four more years of a President who seeks to change the American way and to enact policies that create more problems than they solve.
Voting for Barack Obama is like praying for Hurricane Sandy to swing around and hit the East Coast again. So the choice is clear, do you want a nation that remains under water, or do we want to take the high road and support a presidential ticket that seeks to preserve the American way, not destroy it.
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