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Yes eveyone is entitled to their choice o ftheir Vote! And again you named things that you personally wanted done by Obama. But her is one big thing that he has done. Obama rid us of Bin Lade and a War! No matter what anyone do in life, it does take time to get it done especially when you have those who refuse to go along. I wil say I respect you as a Woman of wise thought and wise wisdom. But take the time out to really see how things work in Politics.
Mr Romney as we all say please really check his record. What he has done was 13 years ago and left that State in a disray. But again people only hear and only want to see what they want!
Stacey Dash wants her voice to be heard! And so she’s put her thoughts on the Presidential Election in a 1,344 word essay.
TMZ received the 3 page document from Stacey today, and in it she revealed her overall thoughts on the election, the criticism she received for voting for Romney and why President Obama did not receive her support this time around. She said:
I voted for Obama in 2008. Yes, I was part of the overwhelming majority that swept President Obama into his historic election! I hadn’t known anything about him until he earned the Democratic nomination. He’s brilliant, understated, ethical, a great husband and father. President Obama will always be remembered as one of the greatest leaders this United States of America has ever known.
At the end of the day we are in this together. This is Our American Family. I do not want to be a part of the hateful voices insulting each other. I want to be a part of the voices that helps shape the future. Don’t you? Perhaps I publically endorsed Romney from a slightly naive place, thinking that I could speak my voice without being criticized in such racially charged and hateful tones.
People get it wrong. My vote for Romney isn’t a vote against Obama. That’s not how full participants in the democratic process operate. We vote for candidates and we vote for issues.
Like most Americans I was insulted with the idea that Obama was only elected because he was black, that people of color wanted one of their own, regardless of what sort of leader he would make. The same idiots make the argument that white guilt is why so many Americans voted Obama into office in the first place. That rhetoric is what helps divide this great nation.
Stacey also questioned what President Obama has done for the country while expressing that Mitt Romney has not been given a fair chance to prove that he is the man for the job.
I haven’t heard much from anyone (including the people heaping insults my way) about the great things Obama HAS done for our country, like repairing the infrastructure of our highways, bridges and train rails and creating a lot of jobs by this program. [...]
I also don’t understand why more people aren’t acknowledging the good that has come about thanks to Romney’s Massachusetts medical coverage for all citizens. In addition, Romney’s business acumen is sterling. Our country needs a savvy business manager with the ability to work on both sides of the aisle. Paul Ryan is another brilliant mind with a viable plan for the economy of this country. They’ve injected so much energy into the race. We need that ambition and focus to get our country back on its feet. [...]
In the event that Obama is re-elected I expect them to work a whole lot harder to bridge the divide between political parties, end the gridlock and get America back to work! Welfare reform is also in order. An elderly woman stands in the same grocery line pinching pennies to buy a can of soup while a woman is buying marshmallow fluff with food stamps. As times have changed, welfare policy needs to keep stride, just like every other issue.
That was a mouthful.
At the end of the letter, which she updated after the results were in, she congratulated President Obama for winning, while saying: “I am hopeful that President Obama will lead us to becoming the great United States of America that thrives.”
Read the complete 3 page letter over at TMZ
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