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Presidential candidates, which one should you pick?

The upcoming Presidential election could prove to be one of the most important of our lifetime. Yes, we tend to hear that about all Presidential elections, but with the current administration having spent more money than all the previous Presidents combined, it’s plain to see that our debt will soon enslave us… and we need someone with a plan and the pull to fix things.

Since Obama is the candidate for the other side, it’s safe to assume we won’t have another Democrat on the November ticket. On the Republican side, who are our choices? Let’s take a quick look, and distill them down to a few sentences.

Mitt Romney
Conservatives have been told they have to pick Mitt Romney, despite his flip-flops on abortion, immigration, and gun control. Plus, his mandatory health care program is even more over-reaching than ObamaCare. No conservative is particularly enamoured with Mitt Romney — but many are afraid they’ll be stuck with him.

Rick Perry
Some said Rick Perry is the “Tea Party” alternative to Mitt Romney — until it came to light that he mandated 12-year-old girls receive a vaccine for HPV (a sexually transmitted disease) WITHOUT their parents’ permission. He opposed building a fence along America’s southern border, and he supports free college tuition for illegal immigrants.

Herman Cain
The fall-back candidate is a newcomer in the race: Herman Cain. But there’s a problem with Mr. Cain. If you think debt is the problem, that a huge private bank (The Federal Reserve) that can print money out of thin-air and devalue your hard-earned savings, and that bank has virtually no over-sight and is exempt from audits (which other banks are required to undergo), you’ll probably want to know that Mr. Cain served as the Deputy Chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City from 1992–1994, and Chairman from 1995–1996. In short, he’s part of the debt problem this nation is facing.

Ron Paul
Ron Paul is the ONLY candidate with a spotless voting record.
Ron Paul is the ONLY candidate who hasn’t flip-flopped on crucial matters.
Ron Paul lead the charge to “Audit the Fed” (and has for years), to find out where our money is going.
Ron Paul is the only true conservative in the race.

But don’t take our word for it. Put mass media biases and “rigged” debates aside. Do you own research about the individual candidates. If you think we’re wrong on any point, let us know in the comments below (be sure to cite your sources).


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