Many issues face Republicans as we fight to make Barack Obama a one-term president.
As Republican voters, you must vote to directly impact the 2012 Republican campaign to elect Mitt Romney as our president, in order to stop creeping socialism, inflation and economic stagnation that Obama’s policies have wrought on our nation these past four years.
As a member of the Republican National Committee, I am working with many local, state and national party leaders, candidates and grassroots activists to organize and build the strongest, most aggressive Republican presidential campaign in our party’s history.
Your participation in this presidential platform will help all better understand Romney’s strategy. We must expose Obama’s terrible record of callous disregard for the best interests of the American people, as he pursued an unrelenting drive to expand the federal bureaucracy, increase tax rates and implement radical left-wing policies.
We must support, through prayer and Republican efforts and reform, repeal the Affordable Healthcare Act which Obama, Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid passed without revealing the full details about rising costs and negative effects on quality, access and affordability. Obama and the Democrats believe higher tax rates and more federal spending are the keys to spurring economic growth – no way.
Obama has done nothing to strengthen and improve border security.
Obama does not support expanding offshore drilling or increasing exploration for domestic oil and gas reserves to lessen our dependence on imported fuels.
We, as Republicans, know where we stand on other issues for the 2012 presidential campaign.
We must get the USA back to the No. 1 spot in the world and Romney can lead us responsibly to this ideal place. We have conflict in the military. He can turn this country around and restore America, which will balance the budget, grow the economy and shrink government. God bless America.
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