Thursday, July 14, 2011
Saying no to Sarah Palin means what?
I do not want someone who feels compelled to stand up all the time and say what I would say if given a venue to do so. To me that is just a lower form of leadership. Instead of attacking, I need in depth explanations of what the issues are. Why what is going on now does work. What could be done, and how that can take place. Also why that would work.
For me, the question about someone that may wish to be the next President is simple. Where is the meat? Where is not only your ability to solve a problem, but your ability to convey that to the people. We need more than a back yard mechanic that can replace parts. We need someone that can fine tune the engine. Take it apart, and put it all back together as they explain to the owner why and how. Wouldn't that make you feel comfortable? Confident? It does me.
The truth of the matter is America's economy and deficit spending may already be past the point of no return. This is not a normal election in 2012. The deficit, and loss of jobs is bringing America to its' knees. Doesn't that scare you? It is very ignorant to say that America has always overcome, and it will again. So did all of the other countries, until they did fall.
Problem solvers are not the popular people in life because they do the things needed to resolve things. Rick Scott is facing that in Florida. Mitt Romney had that in Massachusetts. The results were there in very adverse conditions. I listen to Mitt Romney explain why something doesn't work. What he believes will work. Then he tells me why it will. All the time he is putting that engine back together. I feel safe and I feel confident. I do in no way feel that when I listen to Sarah Palin. My guy did not quit and my guy excelled in adverse conditions. He wrote a book on how to fix things while she was off filming a reality show. C'mon! So just because I do not want Sarah Palin near the white house does not make her a bad person. It just means in a time when we need exceptional, there is no room for popularity contests that lead to error by the people in a choice. We have that right now.