Happy Election Day Eve

I will be heading to my voting precinct at 6:30 tomorrow morning to cast my vote.  Now I can’t remember: Is it bad form to ask who someone is voting for, to say who you are voting for, or both?  Well I am going to potentially violate etiquette and say I am voting for John McCain, in case you missed my post calling Obama a modern Johann Tetzel (selling off hope and security in exchange for votes, though he can not deliver what he promises), my other post expressing my absolute fear of an Obama presidency and what it will do to my future and my family, or the big GOP elephant in my header image.

Tomorrow will prove to be a grand victory once again showing that Americans do not need government to give them “hope” or to spread wealth to them or it will be the beginnings of a four-year, or maybe even eight-year, struggle for those who believe in hard work, self-determination, and personal responsibility and freedom. It will be either a day in which freedom rings or one in which forced charity by the worshipers of government will kill the American dream and remove any desire for anyone anywhere to accomplish anything. Barack Obama is a misguided man who either truly believes that everyone should be forced to support everyone else (even the derelicts) or he knows Socialist polices are a farce and he is simply leading ignorant, covetous people to their ruin for the sake of power.

A ruler who lacks understanding is a great oppressor, but he who hates covetousness will prolong his days (Proverbs 28:16).

May we throw in our lot with the founding fathers and vote to limit government tomorrow. May we vote for personal responsibility, the rule of law, and the inalienable right of individuals to make their OWN destiny.

Josh H.


2 Responses to “Happy Election Day Eve”

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    November 4, 2008 at 12:55 am

    Bad form, bad schmorm…McCain/Palin ’08! 😉

  2. November 4, 2008 at 1:59 pm

    I was kinda disappointed that I didn’t have to wait in line to vote- I waited til today so that I would have to wait in line! I like the tradition of the thing. And analyzing which people I think would vote for which candidate. Oh well, I cast my vote all the same! I voted for the guy who was tortured for his country and still to this day cannot raise his arms above his chest because of it. What a man.

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