By Gary P Jackson
On Friday, Barack Obama told his dwindling supporters that “voting was the best revenge.” A horribly worded plea if there ever was one, and one that’s easy to assign malice to, simply because of the hatefulness of the modern day democrat party.
Mitt Romney responded Friday by asking voters to vote because of their love of country:
…did you see what President Obama said today? He asked his supporters to vote for revenge. For revenge. Instead I ask the American people to vote for love of country. It is absolutely essential that together we lead America to a better place than that. We’re four days away from a fresh start. Four days away from the first day of a new beginning. My conviction that better days are ahead is not based on promises and hollow rhetoric but solid plans. And proven results. And its based on an unshakable faith in the American spirit.
Romney later released this ad:
Sunday night Sarah Palin talked with Sean Hannity about Obama’s unfortunate remarks, as well as the state of the race. Once again Sarah notes the corrupt media has made this race very unpredictable, and while optimistic, doesn’t want to predict the outcome, as to how large victory will be.
Video courtesy SarahNet.