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What We Need in the White House

I was going to do pros and cons of each of the big three running for President as I see them. However, on this day before the election, I thought it best to keep it simple.

We need integrity. Integrity to do what is right instead of what is ideological.

We need responsibility. One who will take responsibility for his actions and his rhetoric.

We need courage. Courage to buck the party to do what is right for our country.

We need patience. Patience to refrain from ramming through legislation without giving people time to read it.

We need confidence. The confidence to go through each day without a cult of celebrity.

We need restraint. Practicing monetary restraint before there is nothing ahead of us but collapse.

We need humility. The humility to know that not all the answers to our problems lie at the Federal level.

We need understanding. Understanding of how the country works from all levels of government to the private sector.

We need honesty. When he looks at the American people, he is completely honest with us.

We need honor. Honor for the office he holds and the people he serves.

We need love. Love for the country and all it encompasses.

We need respect. Respect for the United States of America and its rule of law—the Constitution.


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