President Obama, and Governor Romney are both men who have have visions for America. But, who has the better plan? At this current moment, America has an awful job market, forcing many Americans to be unemployed or unhappy with their current situation.
In the 2012 Presidential election we can do one of many things here.
- We can stick with President Obama and give him four more years to continue fulfilling his vision for America.
- We can elect Governor Romney and hope his business experience helps improve the American economic climate.
- We can accept the fact that very little can be done because we are in an evolutionary phase where we go from 20th century business models to a 21st century business model with an emphasis on tech jobs.
Instead of pointing the finger at Bush, or Obama, or any other President that we elect, we need to, as a people realize that we have evolved as a society and must change our mentalities about what we are good at and should do as workers.
A strong economy is not just a matter of politics but a matter of hard work and dedication by the people. Fact is we are still a Capitalistic society with opportunities for all Americans with drive, to excel. That is why Americans need to be focused on where we are headed and how to fit themselves into that puzzle.
To quote JFK “Ask not what your country can do for you – ask what you can do for your country”. Too many want to point fingers and blame others for their own situation. Sometimes it takes hard work and dedication to break down the barriers.
If the Founding Fathers sat around blaming others would they have gained independence?
If Martin Luther King blamed others would he have been able to liberate?
Fact is statues aren’t built for pessimists, statues are built for optimists.
What are you doing for god and country? Complaining won’t fix the current situation but hard work and dedication will.
The State of the Nation heading into the 2012 Presidential Elections.