Saturday, March 22, 2014

Staying home in November = an abdication of responsibility...


IT DRIVES ME CRAZY SO MANY DEMOCRATS ARE IN A SNIT because POTUS may not
have pleased approximately 60 million voters and even if he did please some ~ it damn well was not
fast enough so they are contemplating staying home in November to express displeasure with him.
Of course when they stayed home in 2010 for the same reasons they gave the GOP the House but
no matter ~ they seem to be willing to give them the Senate, too. Spoiled, rotten brats!
Nonetheless, having said that, I want them to vote! I want all Democrats to get out and Vote in
November and vote these anti-U.S. GOP-ERS out of all position of power they hold. 
So let's take a trip down memory lane and remember why we ~ once ~ thought POTUS was a better
choice than a GOP-ER. Read some background on his 2004 Democratic Convention Speech. Read
the text of the speech. Watch him deliver the speech.
Now that you've refreshed your memory understand this: POTUS favorable numbers impact the vote
across the board. Focus on the positive and help drive those numbers up! 
Hurt feelings, real or imagined, are no reason to abdicate responsibility for our nation...


...After talking about his background, Obama focused on the concerns of everyday Americans: the Maytag plant workers in downstate Galesburg, whose jobs were going overseas; the woman from East St. Louis who couldn’t afford college; the idealistic young marine from East Moline who went off to fight in Iraq. “If there’s a child on the South Side of Chicago who can’t read, that matters to me, even if it’s not my child,” he declared to huge applause. “If there is a senior citizen somewhere who can’t pay for their prescription drugs, and having to choose between medicine and the rent, that makes my life poorer, even if it’s not my grandparent. If there’s an Arab American family being rounded up without benefit of an attorney or due process, that threatens my civil liberties. ...

Then Senator Obama addressing 2004 Democratic Convention in Boston!