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What I Voted For.

A positive intention has more power for change than a negative one. Instead of a vote for “revenge,” as Obama said in an off-script moment last week, or simply a  vote against Obama – vote for the desire, faith, and commitment to a better future for these United States of America.

Vote for a shift in the crippling entitlement society we have forged. Vote for responsibility at the highest levels of government and in our individual lives. Vote for liberty and return to our founding principles. Vote to shrink the size of our federal government, reduce the theft of our property through excessive taxes, and end the demonization of business owners.

The tyranny we face today from our central government is far worse than what our fore fathers faced against England. As we stray further from the founding principles that created the greatest political experiment in human history – the closer we come to destroying it. Real change is measured in achievement, not in lofty rhetoric.

Beware of attempts at voter suppression, and media perversion of voter turnout. Stephanie Cutter’s even a bit nervous (Keep Calm and Tweet on, bleh). 

Encourage your family, friends, and colleagues to vote. Engage anyone who will listen.

Should I vote? Who should I vote for?

The undecideds. Quite possibly the only group of people in America who should lose their right to vote. Seriously, if you can’t make up your mind between the radical Marxist leftist and the conservative rich guy who likes low taxes, you’ve got issues.

NO ONE is too busy to spend a little time to educate themselves.

NO ONE can afford to not care about the world we are leaving our babies.

NO ONE is too busy to vote.

WE the people have joined together in order to form a more perfect union. The President serves us, not the other way around. He is neither savior, nor a perfect man – but must be a man of integirty and leadership.

I voted for reason, liberty, life, and law. I voted for my self, my country, and my son. Jude, I hope we serve you well as good stewards of this nation. May every family have a rebirth within the home that starts today with the ballot they cast. Amen.

“We the people are the rightful masters of both Congress and the courts, not to overthrow the Constitution but to overthrow the men who pervert the Constitution.” 


About kristinainamericaland

Kristina is a modern Constitutionalist. A woman governed by the same principles that have shaped and given depth to her beloved nation, whilst being shaped and given depth too, herself, by never letting one's roots grow out too far and one's bikini wax growing beyond bushwaka. Schooled at UCLA and immensely successful within the corporate and commercial environment, Kristina is at the vanguard of Libertarianism. Never afraid to tackle issues embedded in controversy, she offers an insight that is original, witty and balanced. A genuine mother for all seasons. And did we mention she's also the hottest direct descendant of president John Adams. She is the mother of one outrageously cute baby boy and currently lives in Boston, Massachusetts with her husband.


4 thoughts on “What I Voted For.

  1. Make me cry. 🙂

    Posted by Lori Ierace | November 6, 2012, 11:41 am
    • Obama will win the 2012 Presidential Election. Polls and Opinions were always irrelevant in this Election.
      The only chance that Conservatives ever had to win the 2012 Presidential Election was to nominate a minority candidate like Herman Cain or Marco Rubio. With Obama in office, no conservative could ever possibly be elected unless they were Black or Hispanic. Republicans needed to find a credible Minority candidate for President…they did not… so they will lose this Election.

      You can listen to political analysis all day long. They will NEVER state the real reason why Obama won this 2012 Election. It is Politically Incorrect to say Obama won….. because his opponent Romney was White…..but that is the indisputable fact.

      Americans NEVER would have tolerated the Benghazi farce with a White President…it would have been 100 times worse then Watergate. Nobody died in Watergate…yet Nixon was forced to resign.

      If Obama was White he would never get re-elected based on his record and rhetoric. There is no way to overcome Obama’s Blackness…. and his Black and Minority supporters wanting to give him a second chance. The United States Affirmative Action Policy means that Blacks are held to lower performance standards in education and employement…so why should the Presidents job be any different?

      Obama Supporters know that Obama’s Economic Policies were ineffective. The majority of jobs were created for and by the Government.

      Obama supporters use this logic: “Obama needs more time.” (it sounds to me as an excuse for a mentally challenged individual),

      .I have listened to Black people give reasons why they are voting for Obama in 2012. I have not heard any reason that is based on fact or the truth. It is a vote of Skin Color Solidarity.

      I understand this reasoning. In fact I support it. If I had Black Skin Color…. I would have voted for Obama in both 2008 and 2012.

      I just want the National Media (and the Voters) to be up front and honest. Whi not just come out and say what everybody already knows. This is why race relations will not improve. Nobody ever wants to confront or admit these truths.

      Obama said :VOTE FOR REVENGE!

      Revenge against who? Romney is a private citizen and does not hold any political office.

      Did Obama leave out: “Vote for Revenge… against White People?”

      Today, the Black Panthers are in full paramilitary uniform. They are standing outside the Polling Places doing a meet and greet. The Black Panthers in 2008 stated things like: “white devil” “you’re about to be ruled by the black man”. and much worse. The Administration did not feel this was wrong. They did not stop this in 2008… and will not stop this today.

      Some Pundits have compared this Presidential Race to Reagan-Carter…where the incumbent was defeated.
      The situation in 2012 is completely different. In 1980 it was White against White. In 2012 it is White against Black. An Obama win in 2012 will be based on skin color.

      All Americans know this…but they will never say it.

      Posted by Bob Pell | November 6, 2012, 12:38 pm
  2. A great blog Kristina. I share your hope for and in a better brighter future for America and for our children and grandchildren! Tonight’s results could see that HOPE off to a very good start 🙂

    Posted by popsie | November 6, 2012, 10:10 pm

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