As in most elections, this year comes down to choices.
On one hand, we have a president who is trying to convince people that government has all the answers. The government cannot afford to be, nor should be, our savior.
Saving us should not include ignoring our Constitution when it does not fit the president’s agenda. If any other president had flagrantly abused the Constitution (which he is sworn to uphold and protect), he would have been impeached and found guilty.
On the other hand, we have a Republican who may not see much hope in renewable energy over traditional big energy companies and big huge banks. Romney comes across as very moral and honest, a very rare trait in today’s political market. If elected, he will need a new cabinet of morphed non-politicians. These morphs would show businesses and the working people how to be honest with each other and the fallacy of not working together. Otherwise just divide the public body.
Both parties use smoke and mirrors on the budget and have abused the system and will do so in the future no matter who is elected. So my two choices seem to be the loss of a true renewable energy revolution and/or for the loss of our Constitution.
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