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United We Stand!!! Will President Obama Truly Bring the Nation Together? Part 1

Galenical Wrote: Nov 10, 2012 11:36 AM
The problem with this article is identifying politics as THE problem. That is a false premise. The problem is the CHARACTER of the voter and in some cases, the persons who count the votes. There are numerous vids available where people waiting in queue to vote cannot even identify who holds political office or Cabinet posts let alone what policies those people support. Many of those voters cannot even tell you what has happened in recent history (Bengazi anyone? Bueller?. Bueller? Bueller? Bueller). Many do not even know what form of government we have! It ain't politics. We have found the enemy and it is us. Good grief.
Galenical Wrote: Nov 10, 2012 11:42 AM
The recipient of governmental largess is more important than the producers of that largess and the electorate seems pretty comfortable with that. People don't care that TANSTAAFL, as long as they are not paying, "I'll take the filet, thanks!"

This election cycle has been one of the most interesting in modern history. Most observers agree that the nation was split down the middle on their opinions of the character and vision of the candidates. Without assigning blame, I would like to ask the question: How is it that a campaign of Hope and Change has resulted in such division?

The answer is as simple as the question is puzzling. Our primary division stems from two things: justice concerns among minorities (Blacks, Hispanic, and Asian) and a very liberal agenda concerning personal liberty, energy strategy, and foreign policy. These are questions,...