Quest for common sense

I take this opportunity to apologize to the young people of America.
We, through apathy, loss of morals and removing God from ourselves and America, have created the current conditions. Those who are greedy, self serving, and have little knowledge of the teachings of history, by re-electing President Obama, have succeeded in making your future for success and happiness in a free country very likely an impossibility. I am so sorry that the politics of this great country did not offer a viable choice for president.
Obama has proven again and again he does not possess the qualifications to lead a nation. That is, unless he has motivations different than those of the Founding Fathers. The mindset of those who voted for him is a much larger problem than him being president. When those who think that government can do anything better than private enterprise, hang around the front porch, sit in front of tax-paid apartments receiving food stamps, housing, cell phones and so many so-called entitlements, seem to be unaware that we can’t continue this mindless mess, is it any wonder we have arrived at this fiscal cliff?
I am willing to help anyone in trouble who tries to help himself, but I am not willing to sit by and watch the greatest country in the world be destroyed by crooks buying votes in an attempt to keep their cushiony jobs and huge benefits while calling themselves public servants. I am probably in the minority if the past few election results are an indication, but I will never give up. Help me convince Georgia to refuse to accept Obamacare.

I plan to continue the quest for common sense and constitutional government as long as God allows.

Keith Crosby, Newnan


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