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Friday, August 31, 2012

It's a Choice between Popularity or Principles Thing

Dear America,

I'm just sorry I didn't see it before.

All this time, wasted.

I could have been running along totally stoked about a candidate for presidency, instead I had to...wait for it.

You might say I'm a wee bit annoyed upon this happy blue moon Friday morning.

Yes -- in a perfect world -- someone with more libertarian roots would have been more ideal.  In order to take America truly back, to a level of fiscal responsibility we haven't seen in decades and survive, the people's mandate grew into a platform professing the need for hardcore values, principles and promises of total restraint.   To be sure, a moderate man, echoing the Republican establishment, was, is, by all accounts, not what the people wanted....

...before this week took center stage.

Honestly, this morning, I may still find myself to be a little speechless.

Last night took my breath away at multiple times -- either through tears, laughter, or sitting there just stunned thinking, 'did he really just say that?  go Clint'.

I will not pick Mitt's speech apart, that is for sure.  I just can't do it.  So you can go HERE to read the entire thing.

My favorite Mitt moment was this one:

"President Obama promised 
to begin to slow the rise of the oceans.  
And to heal the planet.  
My promise is to help you and your family."

of course, there was also this one:

"Many Americans have given up on this president, but they
haven't ever thought of giving up, not on themselves, not on
each other, and not on America.  What is needed in our country
is not complicated or profound.  It doesn't take a special
government commission to tell us what America needs.  What
America needs is jobs, lots of jobs."

which kinda goes along with something he said just before it, which was this:

"Now we weren't always successful at Bain, but no one ever
is in the real world of business.  That's what this president
does not seem to understand.  Business and growing jobs is about
taking risk, sometimes failing, sometimes succeeding, but always
striving.  It's about dreams.  Usually it doesn't work out
exactly as you might have imagined.  Steve Jobs was fired at
Apple, and then he came back and changed the world.  It's the
genius of the American free enterprise system to harness the
extraordinary creativity, and talent and industry of the
American people with a system that's dedicated to creating
tomorrow's prosperity, not trying to redistribute today's."

honest.  genuine.  experienced.  businessman.
Americans have been fed total lies and misconceptions about this man for months on end.

and for what?

"The president has not disappointed you because he wanted
to.  The president has disappointed America because he hasn't
lead America in the right direction.  He took office without the
basic qualification that most Americans have, and one that was
essential to the task at hand.  He had almost no experience
working in a business.  Jobs to him are about government

let's make room for a little mitt-re-mix:

"What is needed in our country
is not complicated or profound.  It doesn't take a special
government commission to tell us what America needs.
America needs is jobs, lots of jobs."

and speaking of jobs -- the job for the presidency is up for grabs, and....

"You know there is something wrong with the kind of job he
has done as president when the best feeling you had was the day
you voted for him."

this is the real deal and this RNC video biography was really well done.

Surprisingly, I will be very proud to cast my vote for Mitt Romney.

Romney and Ryan are aligned with America's fundamentals through and through; while the true character of both men has been illuminated over these last several days, as these United States of America can finally exhale knowing two proven leaders with exemplary career histories are on their way to the rescue.  Last night, America was able to take a little peek at a very bright horizon.

What we have now is a popularity contest when what will win the day are principles.
Real Americans know the real difference; and I can only imagine that just the confidence factor alone is enough to sway a nation...not to mention that TWELVE MILLION new jobs.

and yes, Clint was weird, but fantastic.

Make it a Good Day, G

Rubio's speech was phenomenal -- we will hopefully get to parts of that real soon.

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