Only 5 days left until the election. I’ll bet you all are as glad as I am that it will soon be over. I hope all of our hard work will find us waking up Wednesday morning knowing that President Romney has been elected and we will soon be on the road to a growing economy, lowering unemployment, repeal of Obamacare and Dodd-Frank, embarking on a track towards energy independence, and a renewed belief of the exceptionalism of America.
A big win in the senate resulting in a Republican majority is the only way we can stop this stalled government and begin to rebuild America and repeal the onerous acts passed by the Democrat controlled Congress in the first two years of the Obama Administration. We need a budget and we need serious work on fixing our entitlement programs, Medicare and Social Security. If we do not deal with this in a rational way, without political sniping, the track we are on will bankrupt the country and there will be no benefits for anyone within the next decade. It is time to face the reality of the seriousness of the situation.
In news today, Atlas Shrugged reports that among American Muslims polls show that “Nearly half of 600 Muslim-American citizens polled who plan to vote in the 2012 presidential election believe parodies of Muhammad should be prosecuted criminally in the U.S., and one in eight say the offense is so serious violators should face the death penalty.” The Muslim population is growing in many areas of the country. They are engaged in political activism and recruiting young Muslims to run for government offices. In Florida, United Voices for America is targeting Republican candidates.
Meanwhile, Reuters reports that the carbon trading scheme that has brought the countries of the European Union to their knees is on the brink of imploding! Money invested via Joint Implementation, Clean Development Mechanism, and Carbon Emissions Permits has just disappeared. This scheme to redistribute the wealth of developed nations to undeveloped nations has robbed Peter to pay Paul. As expected, the wealthy nations have gotten poorer overall, while developing nations have not realized any significant growth or improvement.
The real pain of this financial recession has not even begun to be felt!