So, our new president elect has been chosen.

To be honest with you guys, I'm afraid. Afraid for our military, afraid for our country, afraid for the world. Obama does two things to me. He inspires me, and he terrifies me. His courage, his honor, his discipline, and his ability to stand against all those who hate him command a level of respect that he deserves. He has stirred up the masses with his hope. His change. He has awaken the youth of this nation to realize that they are apart of the future and in that must do what is not only a duty but their right. That is to vote. For that, he commands a level or respect.

However, his policies that he promises us will "change" our nation terrify me. We are already on the brink of economic melt down. We are teetering on the very edge of uprise or depression. With his proposed tax increases and such, that will surely push us over the edge into the next depression. It's not a matter of opinion or hate. It's a matter of cause and effect. Taxing the big companies will have an immediate and dramatic effect on the lower tiers. We as the middle class will be devastated by that. Again, its a matter of cause and effect.

Oh there will be change alright. It's just not going to be the change a lot of America was hoping for.

Our military will suffer big time. With proposed spending cut backs at the minimum of 25%. Our military is about to hit hard times and I mean all branches of the military. With Obama's proposed policies and promises he'll bring about another Clinton era within the military. I think its safe to say that we all know how horrible that was and if you don't and you disagree, then you need to research and enlighten yourself. Clinton all but destroyed our military and Obama is promising the same path.

His proposed pull back in Iraq means that our children will have to finish the war for us. Terrorism has won, will flourish, and will spread. With out us breathing down their necks, they will yet again aim to strike back at us.
It's only a matter of time. We saw it with Bush Sr. He failed to finish the job the first time around, and look what happened. 9/11

Now Bush Jr. has had the opportunity to eradicate them once and for all and we're so close, but now we'll pull out yet again with only but a few steps away from victory. Mark my words folks, this will be a decision that will haunt America until that day arrives and we are thrust back into yet another war on terrorism.


 


Comments

YXF-R6

Wed, 05 Nov 2008 12:47:40

I agree with all you said 100% if this war is not finished the consequences will be devastating. I am truly scared not for myself but, for our great country.

 



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