I have to say, I will be oh-so happy when this election comes to an end tomorrow night. We have polls stating that Obama will take it, then we have other polls stating that Romney will win.
My husband and I are supporters of Mitt Romney. I don’t think it’s any surprise to those who read this blog – but, what I’m about to tell you did give me a bit of a shock.
My husband ended up buying a bumper sticker that stated “Obamunism” and put it on the back end of our car. At the time, I felt a little hesitant to put it on our car because I wasn’t sure how it would be viewed and taken. But thinking over it – I felt that it’s our car, and there are plenty of people that had pro-Obama bumper stickers on their ends, and I didn’t care what they had – so why should they about my bumper sticker.
Well, one night after work, my husband comes to our car to go home and finds a paper with a hand written note on it stating to the effect of, “F-you, you’re racist and your whole F-ing family…” I was shocked to hear about this note and how offensive it was. Look, regardless of which side of the isle we stand on politically, we should all be able to stand with confidence and state who we support without the fear of retaliation. I am so sick and tired of hearing how people who are not Obama supports are ‘racists’. I’m sorry – but ‘by the fruits of their labors, ye shall know them.’ The fruits of Obama’s labors doesn’t really sit well with me.
Just because I don’t want Obama back in office this next term, does not mean, in ANY WAY that the color of his skin affects my vote at all! The only time I ever really notice the color of President Obama’s skin is when people call me a racist. I am casting my vote tomorrow in favor of the person who best reflects good moral of character. The person I can see who will push this country to do better. To be better. Asking us to act with love and kindness towards one another. To be charitable and to have hope for a better future.
Per Governor Mitt Romney’s speech on 11/4/2012 in Pennsylvania:
(Link to view the video via RightScoop provided below)
“When I’m elected the economy and the American job market is going to be stagnant, but I’m not going to waste any time complaining about my predecessor. I won’t spend my effort trying to pass partisan legislation unrelated to jobs and growth. From day one, I’m going to go to work to help put Americans back to work.”
“If the president were to be re-elected, he’s of course going to continue his war on coal, oil, and natural gas. When I’m elected we’re going to change course on energy to build jobs, to help prices at the pump. When I’m elected we’re going to achieve North American energy independence in 8 years.”
“We’re a generous people. We give to others in need. We live for things bigger than ourselves. On November 6th we can come together for a better future, and on November 7th, we’re going to get to work,” he told the crowd.
“This is much more than our moment. It’s America’s moment of renewal, and purpose, and optimism. We’ve traveled far and wide in this great campaign for America’s future, and now we’re almost home. One final push will get us there. We’ve known many long days, and short nights, and now we’re close. The door to a brighter future is there, it’s open, it’s waiting for us.
“I need your vote, I need your work, I want you to walk with me. Let’s walk together– we’re taking back America, we’re coming back, we’re going to keep America the hope of the Earth with your help, Pennsylvania…!”
Ok – here is another point I was making yesterday – Per the link below:
‘Another Actress Endorses Romney, Another Actress Gets Mauled By the Left: ‘I Hope You F***ing Die B***h‘
Like I said yesterday – why is it that because people vote for someone other’s don’t agree with, retaliation will occur? You don’t see those who are voting for Mitt Romney bashing and abusing those who are choosing to vote for Barack Obama… Why can’t we have our opinion and you, your’s? Agree to disagree? It’s amazing the kind of backlash one gets for having a mind of our own and thinking for ourselves – even if other’s disagree with it…
Actress Melissa Joan Hart, best known for her roles in “Sabrina, the Teenage Witch” and “Clarissa Explains It All,” threw her support behind the Romney/Ryan ticket on Twitter Monday, swiftly prompting vicious attacks from the Left.
The actress first tweeted “Finish this sentence for me … Being a Republican in Hollywood is like…” She followed up with a full blown endorsement for GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney and his running mate Paul Ryan.
Can’t get too political in only 140 chac but for those asking, I’m voting #RomneyRyan.
— Melissa Joan Hart (@MelissaJoanHart) November 5, 2012
And that seemingly innocent tweet posted by an American female expressing her constitutional right to vote for the candidate of her choice was more than enough to shake the metaphoric bee hive of the “tolerant left,” as Hart put it.
Here are some of the ugliest attacks hurled at the actress (WARNING!
Ahhh the “tolerant left” at work!RT @basiamilewicz:On behalf of women everywhere, may I say ‘F*** you, b***h!’ Washed-up has-been c**t.
— Melissa Joan Hart (@MelissaJoanHart) November 6, 2012
— Melissa Joan Hart (@MelissaJoanHart) November 6, 2012
— Big Crow (@BIGCROENT) November 6, 2012
— Jah. (@JaheemWith2Es) November 6, 2012
Melissa Joan Hart is a stupid c**t. Her show is garbage and she should just give up on her sad, republican life.
— Ghetto Ass Kass (@WhamBamBitch) November 5, 2012
— Landon (@WhoaLando) November 5, 2012
— Eddie Haskell ☜ ™ (@EddieisKrueger) November 5, 2012
Though out of all of the disgustingly profane and ugly tweets, this one may take the cake:
— BLACK JESUS | Najee (@RomanMinaj_) November 5, 2012
However, it should be noted, for every hateful message that Hart received, she got two or three supportive tweets. And she was appreciative.
“The amazing amount of love & kind messages were overwhelming today. Lets all get out and #vote tomorrow for whichever candidate u prefer!” she later tweeted.
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