Palin: 'Tuesday is our chance to turn things around'
This Tuesday our country’s future is in our hands.
What’s past is prologue. We know what we will get from a second Obama
term because we’ve all endured his first term. We know how well he kept
his 2008 campaign promises. Do we really believe he’ll keep his 2012
Do we believe the word of a man who promised he
wouldn’t raise taxes on the middle class, but then slammed the middle
class with a massive tax hike in the form of Obamacare (and don’t forget
that his own lawyers argued before the Supreme Court that the
individual mandate is a tax)?
Do we really believe he won’t
raise taxes even more on every American in order to pay for his wasteful
spending and his crony capitalism?
Do we believe that the same
president who increased the debt in his first term by more than all the
first 41 presidents combined will suddenly decide to cut the deficit in
his second term?
Do we believe that the president whose
reckless spending led us to the first credit rating downgrade in our
nation’s history will suddenly become a responsible fiscal manager if we
Do we really believe that a president who
promised us that job creation was his number one priority despite month
after month of dismal job numbers now has a credible “plan” for the job
growth that eluded him for the past four years?
Do we believe
that the same president who shut down the Keystone Pipeline and blocks
domestic oil and natural gas development at every turn is somehow going
to reduce our dangerous dependence on foreign oil and lead us to energy
Do we really believe that our country’s national
security is safe in the hands of a president whose administration denied
security and assistance to our consulate under attack on the
anniversary of the worst terrorist attack on America, and then blamed
that consulate attack and the death of our ambassador on a “spontaneous”
protest over an obscure YouTube video despite all the real time
evidence to the contrary?
Do we believe that a president who
was caught on a hot mic telling the Russian president that he would have
“more flexibility” after his reelection is being honest about his plans
for a second term? (Continues)