Asking For The Impossible (Check Out The Article)

In all debates, let truth be thy aim, not victory, or an unjust interest.
― William Penn

Did you guys see the VP debate last night?

I did. I have three words for you:

What. A. Waste.

I’m a democrat. I know the Republican history, and even Lincoln was a Republican who freed the slaves.

But things change.

Watching that debate was akin to torturing someone for an hour and a half. You have one person who is stating the facts, highlighting  what the president has done, and is working on. You have another person making accusations that he didn’t achieve everything he told the public, and that he didn’t work fast enough.

Quite frankly, I’m sick of it.

It gets so annoying to have to hear someone say the tasks you didn’t complete, not even acknowledging the jobs you did complete. Like most things in life, whatever your goals are, they never work out in the timely matter you predicted them to be. If Paul Ryan, Paul Bunyan,  or whatever his name is, would realize that not everything works out the way you plan, then maybe he could see reason. Otherwise it would be like talking to a wall.

I applaud Biden’s defense. even though I am a democrat I do know that for the Democrats the debate was weak. But you see, that’s the difference between me and most Republicans; they sometimes fail to acknowledge their mistakes, what has happened, and what could happen if we all worked together.

I am asking for what seems the impossible. I want Obama to run four more years, and I want others like myself, to realize that anything is possible with hard work and dedication.

Plus I want Obama to show-off that he is in fact the president for FOUR more years.




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