|Posted by MISTALA1 on November 3, 2012 at 3:15 PM||comments (0)|
For those who recently experienced Hurricane Sandy, its broad reach and the devastation left behind Misty and I send you our good thoughts and prayers. As we continue our lives, let us remember to give to those who suffered loss so we all may join in rebuilding our great nation.
For those in states who are in recovery mode, please remember to vote on Tuesday. Please take a moment to confirm your local polling location will be operational. In New York, polling machines could not be delivered since the trucks were under water. For those without power, it is easy to forget the election is coming quickly on Tuesday, November 6. Understanding other challenges may have your time and interest, it is important to remember this election will be close and every vote will count
For good news in the Presidential election, it appears Romney is within 50% of the incumbent in some swing states.
Swing states such as Michigan can expect a barrage of ads over the next few days. Folks like you and me believe Romney will be good for the economy and will create needed jobs for full employment. We see the need for change for the better.
The election in Virginia also is within the 50% margin in a recent poll taken by Roanoke University. In recent polls Romney has a slim margin.
Ohio and Florida appear to be swinging to Obama’s camp. However, Romney remains close based on the margin of error. Both states’ respondents indicate they feel Obama responded well to the Sandy Hurricane issue. Could this give Obama the edge? Could President Clinton’s Florida campaigning give Obama the edge? Let’s hope not.
Ohio is needed to get to the all-important 270 Electoral College count. Not winning Ohio and Florida will make it difficult to reach the 270 electoral count.
We know the middle class drives the economy. We are the people who buy a house to raise a family and in the process create a home. We are the people who pay high school taxes to ensure our children can be our next generation of leaders. We are the people who buy a car so we can earn a living supporting states like Ohio and Michigan. We are citizens of the United States who take our privilege to vote seriously.
We are the people who will remember to vote for Mitt Romney on Tuesday.
|Posted by MISTALA1 on September 28, 2012 at 4:45 PM||comments (0)|
September 28, 2012
What will it take for people to see the real Obama? What will it take for individuals to realize we do not have a leader honed with the skills to lead the world’s economic giant? The liberal press has not served the public well. In fact, it has not delivered the message that Obama is a weak leader. Obama is not one who can bring parties together and deliver results. He is the result of being an affirmative action candidate – one without the executive skills to back the paper credentials!
People should have seen the difference between Obama and Clinton when Clinton brought the democratic convention to its feet. It is not enough to simply say I vote my party in this election. One needs to reach out to friends, family and neighbors and share the following article.
The Washington Post has woken up. They have indicated why Obama should not be re-elected. He is not the leader we need now!
Please read the article below and feel free to send out to fellow patriots and voters .
|Posted by MISTALA1 on September 4, 2012 at 5:35 AM||comments (0)|
Hi and welcome to the inaugural blog post of Misty’s The Classroom.
On our first radio show we spoke about leaders, leadership and how important it is to be liked by voters. Will this election be based on being liked alone?
I was curious to see what kind of bump the polls would show –Reuters/Ipso has the candidates in a dead heat. Though the polls do not agree on who has the lead there is one thing the polls are in agreement . As Tom Brokaw highlighted this past Sunday – it is the women in the campaign – Ann Romney and Michele Obama, who are the candidates’ best campaigners. People like them.
So where does that leave the undecided voters? Women and minorities in particular?
What will Romney/Ryan deliver for women and minorities?
While it was great seeing women leaders take to a national stage at the RNC last week, what will it take to have more women in the Romney/Ryan cabinet? In the Senate? In the House?
What we know for certain as there was very few concrete promises made last week.
What we know for certain is we have the opportunity to vote for change. Change to enable economic growth and change to enable job creation. Change to create an energy policy instead of one based on the current President’s belief we are not paying enough for gas. Change for the better.
Over the next few weeks as we approach the elections, I look forward to candidates’ debates. I believe their innate capabilities will be highlighted in their respective replies. I also believe the undecided vote; primarily women and minorities will begin to form their final opinion on who they will vote for as the next President of the United States.
Here’s to the campaign season, live debates and the chance to make a difference by voting for change.
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It was so beautiful and so sobering. Enjoy the views from the slide show.
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Please let us know which topics you would like to discuss on our show!! Remember...politicaly correct please.