Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Compassion, Hope and the Character of Mitt Romney

In November Americans can choose to vote for fear and division or they can vote for compassion and hope by voting for Mitt Romney.  I don't agree with Romney's big government tendencies, but when it comes to character, Obama doesn't hold a candle.

Don't take my word for it.  Listen to these people's personal stories about Mitt Romney.

The Oparowski family, whose teenage son died of cancer:


Pam Finlayson, whose child was born prematurely:



Robert Gay, his 14 yr old daughter went missing in New York City:


The Nixon family, whose kids were in a severe car accident leaving some of them paralyzed:


Reed Fisher, his home was damaged in a 2007 wild fire:



Bryce Clark, struggled with alcoholism:


Ken Smith, runs a charity for America's veterans:

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

This sounds like an endorsement of Romney. Are you nuts? Why would we want a big government guy, who wants to continue the demographic transformation at home while bankrupting us overseas by intervening unnecessarily around the world? Yeah, I know, we have that guy now, and had that guy for 8 years before that, and had that guy for 8 years before that too.

I'd rather have a republican House and Senate with an opposing president. That way maybe there is enough gridlock to postpone both of their sinister policies.