Rom­ney will give Amer­i­cans truth about econ­omy

Souderton Independent - - OPINION -

To the Ed­i­torW

“vou can’t han­dle the truth” was one of Jack Ni­chol­son’s fa­vorite movie lines from years ago, and these words have be­come a ba­sis of ra­tio­nale by the Obama Ad­min­is­tra­tion and its deal­ings with the av­er­age Amer­i­can voter. They keep feed­ing all of us what they think we want to hear, and that things are go­ing to get bet­ter. In re­al­ity, the op­po­site is hap­pen­ing to our econ­omy and the na­tional debt con­tin­ues to climb at an alarm­ing rate.

The Rom­ney and Ryan ticket will ap­proach this im­pend­ing na­tional dis­as­ter in a much dif­fer­ent fash­ion. They be­lieve the Amer­i­can peo­ple can han­dle the truth, and will of­fer vi­able so­lu­tions to WKHVH GLI­fiFuOW SUREOHPV. They are putting their po­lit­i­cal lives on the line, and are bet­ting Amer­i­cans will be will­ing to go along for the ride to the light at the end of the tun­nel. The ride through Mr. Obama’s tun­nel will be shorter, but will end with eter­nal dark­ness.

Sac­ri­fice will be the key to achiev­ing fis­cal re­spon­si­bil­ity and even­tu­ally elim­i­nat­ing our na­tional debt. The ride will be bumpy, but oh so worth it. Our fore­fa­thers faced in­cred­i­ble odds, but kept on forg­ing ahead. We can­not let them down, so keep on mov­ing for­ward as vic­tory is in our hands. Don Landry

Fran­co­nia

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