On the eve of the election, that’s all I’ve got to say about it for now.  I voted.  Did you?

11/20/12 Update: I’m concerned about “Obamacare” and numerous important issues, but need to respect the election results — I continue to hope and pray for what’s best for America and Americans as a whole.  It’s time for good decisions to be made.

Although I didn’t vote for Barack Obama and Joe Biden, I’m ready to see the “change” that won them the election.  There are a lot of problems, they made a lot of promises, and now I want to see the issues resolved.  CHANGE is not just a word — It’s an action/difference.  Most specifically I want to see positive change.  I hereby ask Barack Obama and Joe Biden to PLEASE do the right things for America and Americans.  Use the power wisely and I’ll support you.

After watching tonight’s Presidential Debate, it’s evident that I’ll be voting for John McCain — Not because I’m falsely persuaded, like much of the media is going to tell me, but because I’m an intelligent thinking adult.  Presidential Debates are important to hear more than sound bites and elite media interjections.  One can listen to an uninterrupted exchange and make his/her own decision. 

Senator Obama appears to do a lot of blaming without offering many solutions.  He simply repeats a list of debatable and non-debatable things that need to be done.  And on a few occasions he didn’t answer the specific question or address the disputed issue.  Why don’t people want to see it?  Many fell in love with Barack Obama so fast, but it’s time to break up now. 

Senator McCain asks you to look at his record, so PLEASE look at his record and let’s keep the debate pure – I’m an Independent.  Ignore ridiculous media bias and put aside party bias — Think for yourself.  Pick the best person for America today.

Related Link:  http://www.olemiss.edu/debate/