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Mitt Romney Is Not the Answer

stedes Wrote: Jun 23, 2012 9:06 AM
What a strange article. Mr. Brown seems very confused. First he says "we place too much blame on the person we’re voting against'. then he says ", "Barack Obama has done extremely serious damage to our nation", then he lits a bunch of problems and issues that Barack Obama is not responsible for. He says Obama is a "Destroyer and Catastrophic" but "he is not the principle cause of America’s greatest problems". He never names one issue or problem Obama is responsible for. Very strange indeed.
John in Gwinnett,Ga Wrote: Jun 23, 2012 10:01 AM
The article might seem confusing the first time you read it. Read it again and you might understand that he has lost faith in "leaders" and is more concerned about preserving family and community as the answer to our problems. He is a man returning to his faith for the answers. I understood it very clearly.
tallen Wrote: Jun 23, 2012 9:09 AM
I'm with you on this one.... Brown sounds like he fell off his rocker and has lost his mind.

If the elections were held today, I would vote for Mitt Romney rather than sit out the elections or cast a protest vote for a third party candidate. But I would do so with extremely limited hopes, and my very act of voting in November would be a reminder to me that I cannot expect the radical changes America needs to come from the White House.

The fact is that I am a follower of Jesus more than I am a conservative (my strongly conservative moral values are the direct result of my faith), and although I have voted for the...