Saturday, November 3, 2012

The American Presidential Election and the Rest of Us

The incumbent President Barack Obama of the ruling Democratic Party versus Mitt Romney, the presidential candidate of the opposing Republican Party.

The American Presidential Election and the Rest of Us

The 2012 United States presidential election is scheduled to be held on Tuesday, November 6, 2012.

Every American presidential election attracts the rest of the world more than others, because whatever rules in America affects the rest of us.

The American occupations of Afghanistan and Iraq have done us more harm than good by provoking Muslims all over the world to hate Americans more than ever before and hey are attacking American interests and allies such as Christians in Nigeria and Kenya and other places, because they erroneously think America is a Christian nation and the number one ally of the Zionist Israel the chosen of the God of Christians. But majority of American voters are ignorant of these facts and the liberal elites behind President Barack Obama don't really care about the global leadership of America, but about their selfish liberal idiosyncrasies they want to dictate to the rest of conservative Americans. I have been reading Paul Krugman's critical analysis of Mitt Romney and in his elitist arrogance he wants to dictate his wisdom to the rest of Americans as if he cannot be wrong. But he cannot think for American voters. If you don't like Romney, that does not mean you are wiser than those who like him and believe he deserves the chance to be elected as the next and new President of the United States of America.

The majority of American voters don't care whether their president is black or white, but that he keeps his promises, but the one who told them "Yes We Can" four years ago has failed them.











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