Here are some of the many whom President Obama has offended in four years: Millionaires and billionaires, the rich of lesser wealth, small-business employees, people who've built a small business, Roman Catholics, Protestants, Jews who care about Israel, doctors, Arizona, coal business employees, Republicans, gas and oil industry employees, tea party activists, people who believe in traditional marriage, the majority of Americans who didn't want Obamacare, libertarians, Wall Street executives, bankers, pensioners with income from bonds and capital gains, people resenting his apologizing tour, black evangelicals, people who buy gas, those concerned over deficit spending and higher taxes, parents of those killed in action, military personnel and the families of 9/11 who didn't want terrorist trials moved to New York City. The list goes on.
A vote for Obama is a vote for ever-expanding government, a weakened military, socialized health care, nationalizing private industries, unbalanced budgets, same-sex marriage, expanded government-funded abortions, liberal Supreme Court justices, class warfare, executive orders circumventing Congress, weakened national sovereignty, redistribution of wealth from workers to nonworkers and America to Third World countries, and higher energy costs. Neither hope and change, nor demagogue and spin can change Obama's record. It is what it is.
On Tuesday we can end this nightmare of class warfare, economic disaster and dysfunctional foreign affairs with a vote for Mitt Romney.
C. Dale German, Bethany