McCain and Obama need to stop insulting the intelligence of voters with their ‘misdirection’ and get down to talking about the issues they will address for American voters who are sick and tired of hearing this ‘bickering’ BS and have greater worries in real life then this ignorant petty crap.
Voters are more interested in how these supposed candidates will address issues close to home.
How about the sad state of affairs in pricing for food, fuel, heating, utilities and other aspects of economics at home, the unbelievable national debt that has put a $30K-$35K in taxes on the heads of children and grandchildren born today in the USA on the day they are born (and which at this rate will only get much worse by the time they are of working/paying taxes age).
While they are at it, how are they addressing the unconscionable departure from the Constitution and creation of a surveillance state and turning on their Citizens, not to mention the war and fear mongering. Or maybe the financial loans/gifts to peoples outside the USA while Citizens in this once great country are put under as great a tax burden and cost of goods burden as any Boston Tea Party type event that prompted the Revolutionary War. Not to mention the costs to local cities, and states for badly handled disasters, roads, bridges, trains, planes, lack of education, so-called welfare system, and more! Before our very eyes this economy can not basically support its own weight.
And what about this ‘need’ to intervene in other countries’ business and starting wars that are putting our people and our ‘national defense’ at greater risk? And what about this obnoxious fiat money and central banks foisted on us? Who really controls our country at this point? It was supposed to be the Citizens through their elected representatives. And that’s just touching on the some of hot spots!
I think this lipstick scandal just underlines for many the need to vote for a third candidate — maybe write in Ron Paul who makes more sense than either of these ‘candidates,’ or a candidate from either the Constitution Party or the Libertarian Party — both of which make more sense than the supposed candidates from Washington.
Voters have a real chance to at the very least send a message to Washington — If those who are voting will turn their backs on Washington’s supposed candidates and vote for someone who will bring true change to return to the Constitutional precepts of this once great country of ours, maybe we have a chance of returning to what this great country was built upon — small government, wars only in direct defense of our country, non-intervention in other countries affairs, and caring for our own.
At the very least, if the combined votes of disenfranchised voters who believe in what the Constitution stands for send votes for Ron Paul, or the Constitution Party or the Libertarian Party, it will send a clear message to Washington that Citizens are not happy with what is going on — because with the current crop of Washington pushed candidates, it really doesn’t matter who gets in office — it’s all bad news for Citizens’ Constitutional freedoms and liberty — the loss of very Constitution we were built upon.