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Hillary Rodham Clinton
In Hillary Clinton’s recent speeches, she has stated that she is against abortion and for the death penalty, but her voting record shows otherwise. In her write-in response to a 1998 survey, Clinton stated her position as “Abortions should be legally available.” She received a 100 percent rating from The Planned Parenthood Council. Clinton has been lying in her recent campaign speeches about these two subjects to try and gain the vote of “middle of the road” republicans. These facts are easily available to anyone who wants to know, so before you go and believe everything some one says, you may want to check into it, I don’t think we need a hypocrite running our country.
Clinton is very concerned about global warming. She supports the production and use of ethanol. She’s right, a cheaper, cleaner fuel would be nice, but this ethanol is being produced from corn. Clinton and others may not notice it now, but if we continue to use up all the corn for fuel, we will have a food shortage. Corn is a vital food for feedlot market animals. Farmers that raise the animals are starting to not be able to afford the sky rocketing price of corn, so they’re killing off their stock. If these prices continue to rise, and farmers continue to not pay, we will have a shortage of meat, milk, and corn in our country. There are already people starving to death in Mexico because their main food source is corn, and it has all been taken to be used as fuel. We should respect our Earth, God gave it to us to use and take care of. Take care of at some extent, when it comes to polluting the atmosphere or eating, I think we should go with the eating.
Another concern of Clinton’s is global warming. She wants a law that says it’s illegal to drive any car in the U.
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Barrack Hussein Obama
Some of (most of) Barrack Obama’s Views are inconsistent. Barrack Obama also has a mpg law, but his is a little higher then Clinton’s. He wants a law that states that any motor vehicle must get at least a 50 mpg highway rating to be legally driven. There is not a car produced today in this country that exceeds a 40 mpg highway rating. So if this law ever did come into affect, car manufacturers would spend billions of dollars planning and building a “legal car.” The Toyota Prius Hybrid only gets about a 35 mpg highway rating when run off of gas. This law is completely unreasonable. Sorry Obama, but I grew up in big ‘ol gas hog trucks and I plan on driving one for the rest of my life.
Another plan of Obama’s is to try and shut down any store that sells guns that is located within five miles of a school or a park. This is a way that he is trying to outlaw guns without actually out lawing them. If we removed every gun dealer that was within five miles of a school or a park, that would eliminate most, if not all dealers in the United States. If we outlaw guns, only the outlaws will have guns.
He also called for higher pay for teachers in one of his recent campaign speeches. This would be great, but do you know where he plans on getting this 18 billion dollars annually from? He’s going to cut funding for National Security and NASA. Teachers may deserve a higher pay, but cutting out our country’s safety net to do so is absurd.
Health care is a big deal in this election for these two candidates. Obama said that “I am absolutely determined that by the end of the first term of the next president, we should have universal healthcare in this country.” If the government funds more healthcare for people who cannot afford it, you know where that money’s going to come from? Taxes, we are already paying $15 billion annually for other peoples healthcare, and to reach Obama’s goal, we are going to have to pay a lot more.
Barrack is a big time supporter of abortion and stem cell research, and against the death penalty. Abortion is wrong, 100 percent wrong, and I don’t care what the hell any one else thinks about my opinion. Deliberately going in and taking the life of an unborn child is horrible. Stem cell research also ties in with abortion; it is also killing an unborn embryo to study it. I think when justified, the death penalty is a very appropriate punishment. If some one murders someone else, I believe they should have a fair trial, and if found guilty, sentenced to death as soon as possible. If we don’t kill these murderers, we’ll either have to let them go free, or raise taxes to build more facilities for them. If Obama doesn’t mind killing an innocent unborn child, then why is he so against serving justice and killing someone who deserves it? I can’t see how Obama supposedly being a Christian/ Catholic can really support the act of murdering and innocent child. For that matter, I don’t see how any Christian could, and if you are a Christian supporter of abortion, may God help you.
There are many problems in our country, to begin fixing them the first step would be to not vote for either Barrack Obama or Hillary Clinton in the 2008 elections. I hope I have persuaded you, or at least made you think, remember, its your choice and your country and your choice is vital.