Let's get America moving in right direction again

2012-11-14T00:00:00Z Let's get America moving in right direction again nwitimes.com
November 14, 2012 12:00 am

America, election night was your wake-up call!

We just rewarded the president with re-election after creating incompetent domestic policies which have run the national debt up to $16 trillion. We have a president who spent more time and money campaigning than working to create jobs for more than 20 million Americans who are either unemployed or under-employed and now has 47 million Americans on food stamps under his watch.

As a society, we spend time and money trying to pass immoral legislation to legalize gay marriage and recreational marijuana use. We have business leaders running companies into the ground and rewarded for their incompetence by getting millions in severance.

Our Founding Fathers would be ashamed at the current course of this country.

Now that we’re done campaigning, let’s stop placing blame, get our priorities straight and get America moving in the right direction again!

- David Binkowski, Dyer

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