Is There an Alternative to Obamaney in November?
Poll after poll has demonstrated extremely high voter discontentment with both the current occupant of the White House, Barack Hussein Obama (a.k.a. Barry Soetoro), and his likely establishment backed GOP challenger, Willard Mitchell Romney.
Question: Could the reason that voters dislike both men with such intensity have anything to do with the fact that both men’s virtually indistinguishable records and positions are so far to the left of the American mainstream?
One man believes he will become god of his own planet some day and the other thinks he already is.
One man seeks to establish government run healthcare with individual mandates. The other actually accomplished it on the state level and had some of his very own consultants help design the federal program currently being debated at the Supreme Court.
One man seeks to implement government funded tax-subsidized abortion on demand. The other actually did it at the state level as part of his “healthcare” plan that was endorsed by Ted Kennedy, Hillary Clinton and Planned Parenthood.
One man says he opposes same-sex “marriage” but has signaled he will attempt to implement it in a second term. The other has already unilaterally, illegally and unconstitutionally implemented it on the state level as governor.
One man supports special rights for homosexuals, lesbians and transgenders. As governor the other boosted funding for homosexual and transgender “education” starting in kindergarten, sponsored “youth gay pride parades,” supports ENDA laws that would force religious institutions to hire homosexuals and transvestites or be fined or forced out of business, and forced the nation’s largest adoptive and foster care agency, Catholic Charities, to place children with same-sex couples even though he was not required to by law.
One man recently attempted to mandate that religious institutions cover contraception including “emergency contraception” (chemical abortion pills). The other one did it 3 years AFTER his supposed “pro-life conversion” even though Catholic Hospitals were legally exempt.
One man wants to roll back the Bush Tax Cuts for the “wealthy.” The other opposed the Bush Tax Cuts, supports raising taxes on the “wealthy,” and raised taxes and fees by close to a billion dollars as governor which decimated the economy of the small New England state he governed.
So the question so many have is whether there is an alternative to the two men we are told daily by the establishment media and elite political class are our only two choices for president.
“Pro-abort, pro-homosexual, pro-bailouts/govt run healthcare, corporatist candidate A” or “Pro-abort, pro-homosexual, pro-bailouts/govt run healthcare, corporatist candidate B.”
Pick your poison…
Demican or Republicrat…
I have a feeling if there were ever a year when truly independent citizen candidates could mount a substantive and authentic challenge to the mostly hand picked establishment candidates from the two parties at every branch and level of government, 2012 may be that year.
Perhaps voters not willing to accept the premise that we must choose between “establishment candidate A” and “establishment candidate B” may have other alternatives?
Here are two (Laurie Roth and Tom Hoefling) that are running for president who are both solidly pro-life, pro-marriage, pro-rule of law Constitutional Christian Conservatives who appear to fit that description.
I have a feeling there will be other independent grass roots Christian Conservative candidates running for other elected offices at all levels of government as well.
The question is whether enough voters are willing to place principle over party.
We will see in the coming months.