Arizona U.S. Senator McCain is waging a clear, concise and robust candidacy for President of the United States. His campaign is focusing on matters important to the health and well-being of the United States: strengthening the economy, enhancing national security, improving schools for all students, increasing access to affordable health care and, of course, ending America’s energy dependence on the volatile Middle East. Senator McCain is proud to be an American and recognizes the uniqueness and greatness of our country.
Illinois U.S. Senator Barack Obama is campaigning on entirely different themes. In the U.S. Senate, where he has been labeled the most liberal of the 100-member body, Mr. Obama has been a champion not of American rights, but of global initiatives. His 2007 legislation to commit 7/10ths of 1-percent of America’s gross national product (or $845 BILLION between now and 2015) to fulfill the Millennium Development goals of the United Nation at the expense of American sovereignty.
In addition to subjecting our country to taxation by the United Nations, Mr. Obama’s legislation would restrict many constitutional freedoms. The bill , nearly approved by Congress, also commits participating nations to ban handguns and ratify the International Criminal Court and the Kyoto Protocol (global warming treaty), among other globalist aims. As do many other liberal democrats, Obama has a utopian one-world view, which places the U.S. as just one of many nation states. When one sees Mr. Obama championing legislation that promotes world interests above those of the U.S., it makes you wonder whose interests does he really have at heart.
John McCain is running for President of the United States, while Barack Obama appears to be quite busy running for President of the United Nations. Unfortunately, both contests will appear on the same ballot this year, making this without a doubt the most important election in recent memory… and possibly since Abraham Lincoln.
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