My Fellow Americans
Today, the newly re-elected President Barrack Hussein Obama will make a celebratory speech thanking his constituents for the opportunity to serve four more years. This is as it should be, to the victor belong the spoils.
But when the smoke has cleared from this bonfire of the vanities, what will be our mission? Will we continue to drag out this fight as we have for the last four years, or will we now act like Americans and support our President?
Our nation has a long way to go, even President Obama has admitted to this in his campaign ads. There are many obstacles we need to overcome. We need more jobs in America, we need more manufacturing jobs, more stability, and better education for America's children. We need to stem the tide of foreign imports and reduce our dependence on foreign energy.
As consumers, we need to purchase responsibly and be willing to pay the difference to guarantee products made here can continue to compete in the world marketplace while continuing to create American jobs. We need to regulate the financial institutions in this nation so they can never again gamble away our dollars. We need to make sure every penny of our tax dollars are being used wisely.
But more important than all that, we need to stand together as Americans and get behind our President. If we do not, if we allow our senators and congressmen to continue to fight him on every program he attempts to bring in, then we will have four more years of lost opportunities and fading hope for the future.
For President Obama, I have only one thing to say. Whatever you do, make it count.