This one is actually from the archives. It was produced in March of this year.
It is as current today as it was then, with only a few items Whittle might like to add – like Benghazi, for example, or Joe Biden’s latest few gaffes.
If Romney doesn’t excite you, vote for him anyway and then write letters and e-mails daily to demand he govern as you would see him govern.
If Obama doesn’t appall you, vote against him anyway. You can’t possibly see Fast and Furious, the New Black Panther case, QE3, Benghazi and all the others as something you wish to see again for the next four years.
If you believe all politicians are liars and knaves, vote to rid yourself of the incumbent. At least you’ll have the satisfaction of firing one of them on November 6.
If you voted for Obama to soothe your racial guilt, or because you appreciated the fact he was a non-threatening black leader who was a breath of fresh air after two decades of pimps and hustlers like Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton on the national stage, vote him out now that you’ve seen his suppressed speeches from Hampton, Selma and Chicago which seethe with racial animus and covetousness.
Vote to save the country. Nobody is saying Romney is our messiah. Romney is merely a competent administrator with a respect for the traditional political process we all feel has been corrupted and perverted. That probably isn’t enough to save us, though last night showed he might offer a pleasant surprise.
But we can’t endure the Holders, Axelrods, Pelosis, Reids, Geithners and Obamas for four more years. They’re poison. They’re killing the country.
So vote. And implore your friends and neighbors to do the same.