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Keeping up with the campaign

On September 18, 2012

Last week closed the week of the Democratic National Convention.
Unlike Governor Romney, President Obama, the 2012 Democratic presidential candidate left the platform in Charlotte, North Carolina, explaining not only what he has done for our country thus far but what he will continue to do and will do in the future.
President Obama touched shortly on Governor Romney's structurally similar yet nearly substance-free speech of acceptance to the Republican National Convention the week before.
Obama moved Americans to pick between two paths rather than two parties.
He explained that this election is more than a choice of blue or red, but a call to rebuild a nation and relieve the years of economical and societal wounds created during the 2000 to 2008 Bush administration.
The facts are simple, we as a people, are voting for what Obama described as the basic American bargain, a promise that working hard will always yield a benefit.
An obvious Democratic as I strategically exclude any long reference to Governor Romney and his move to "Keep America America" not to be confused with the old Klu Klux Klan slogan "Keep America American," which quite frankly is utterly the same.
As American people, deciding the role of presidency is by all regards the most important political decision we make, way beyond a choice of an elephant or a donkey.
A commitment of four years, a period to either build or destroy the infrastructure of government thus society, the term of President of the United States is contracted employment to the people, so he or she should be chosen by the people as a whole.
The presidential election is much more than a choice of blue or red.
It is a pick to remain stagnant or move and a decision to grow or wither the American dream.
In the end, each voice matters.
This means that each vote matters whatever your political stance or presidential preference may be but what is a voice without knowledge?
Remain abreast of the campaign, follow not just one but both candidates and focus on the issues that are most important for the economy.
Look to see where Obama has brought us these past four years, but also look at what he inherited in 2008.
Choosing the next president should not be a decision of coin toss. He is, in the end an American employee and we dictate who he is and what he does. Stay knowledgeable and follow the campaign... 

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