Time to Change Course
Vote for Mitt Romney
This year many elected officials are up for re-election. If our community comes together, we have a rare opportunity to showcase our strength. By voting we can help elect politicians who are supportive of our community’s social service organizations and yeshivot.
We have National elections that can change the course of our country. The choice is yours to make in this coming election. Do you want our country to become a socialistic welfare state or do you want America to stay as it wasa capitalistic country? America has been the land of economic prosperity with a strong middle class; a country that believes in freedom of religion, personal prosperity and a place that immigrants come to from all over the world for the American dream.
In my view, we are at a turning point and that’s why it’s so important for everyone to vote before it’s too late. The question is not Democrat or Republican, the question is do you want to transform this country into a social entity or do you want America to stay as a capitalist state, the land of opportunity, the land of economic and religious freedom and personal prosperity.
America is losing wealth far faster than any other nation on earth. In fact, in the last few years there has been a transfer of wealth of almost 8 trillion dollars from the United States to the rest of the world. Sadly, most Americans have no idea what is happening. Most of them are completely unaware that America is being transformed from a wealthy nation into a poor nation at breathtaking speed.
Mitt Romney’s plan for a stronger middle class is a five-part proposal for turning around the economy and delivering more jobs and more take-home pay for American families. Mitt understands that it is hardworking Americans in the private sector who will achieve economic growth and job creation. His plan will end the middle class squeeze of declining incomes and rising prices, bring back prosperity, and create 12 million jobs during his first term.
Mitt’s plan is to champion small business. Small businesses are the engine of job creation in this country, but they will struggle to succeed if taxes and regulations are too burdensome or if a government in Washington does its best to stifle them.
Mitt will pursue comprehensive tax reform that lowers tax rates for all Americans, and he will cut back on the red tape that drives up costs and discourages hiring.
This election presents a clear choice, and an important one: Will America once again be the best place in the world to start a business, hire a worker, and find a job? Or will it continue down the path that borrowing and taxing and spending has led?
America is still waiting for its economic recovery and, as president, Mitt Romney will deliver it