Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Reasons 81-90 Of Hewitt's 100 Reasons To Vote For Romney And Against Obama 2012

It is time for a 45th Presidency - To this end, Hugh Hewitt has come up with 100 reasons to vote for Mitt Romney or against Barack Obama and these series of posts will highlight ten (or so) points to consider for your vote to have a 45th President elected come November 6, 2012. Image Credit: Edmund Jenks

Reasons 81-90 Of Hewitt's 100 Reasons To Vote For Romney And Against Obama 2012

On Monday, September 24, 2012, Constitutional and environmental issues Lawyer/Professor, nationally syndicated afternoon issues talk show host, Hugh Hewitt delivered a tour de force presentation for three hours on the reasons why we need a change in executive leadership in the United States. This change can happen with our vote for president in the 2012 elections which early voting has already started in many states, but will officially take place November 6, 2012.

*** Hewitt's reasons 81-90 of 100 - LISTEN HERE>>

This edition explores reasons 81-90 which highlight: This Administration's ability to cope with international economics and the problem of the Chinese Government's manipulation of their currency is a prime example. President Obama continues to lie about the facts surrounding the Benghazi, Libya 9/11 terrorist attacks that resulted in the deaths of four Americans, one of them, a respected Ambassador. This 44th President hides from open questioning by ALL of the media and other open question town-hall settings. Obama will not appear on any Sunday or radio talk show venues (unless he gets snookered as he did with Univision Network last month). Barack Obama obstructs the path to school reform through his backing the NEA and its activities. GM stock is worth less than half of what this 44th Presidency paid for it with our tax money ... General Motors is still not a success with the potential of 10's of billions dollars still owed to the taxpayer.

In a presentation which Hugh Hewitt titled 100 reasons why you should vote for Mitt Romney and against Barack Obama, Hugh proceeded point by point with full explanation and in no particular order 100 specific reasons Mitt Romney would make a better president to lead our country mixed in with the specific reasons why Barack Obama has not been a successful leader in the more than 1,000 days he has been president.

Since a three hour presentation of dense information may be a little hard to chew on in one session, here is one of ten postings that breaks up the 100 reasons in approximately 10 reason apiece chunks that can be savored and digested upon which one can become fully informed before making a freedom and country saving vote in this most important election.

Previously Published Audio Links:

*** Hewitt's reasons 1-10 of 100 - LISTEN HERE>>

*** Hewitt's reasons 11-20 of 100 - LISTEN HERE>>

*** Hewitt's reasons 21-30 of 100 - LISTEN HERE>>

*** Hewitt's reasons 31-40 of 100 - LISTEN HERE>>

*** Hewitt's reasons 41-50 of 100 - LISTEN HERE>>

*** Hewitt's reasons 51-61 of 100 - LISTEN HERE>>

*** Hewitt's reasons 62-70 of 100 - LISTEN HERE>>

*** Hewitt's reasons 71-80 of 100 - LISTEN HERE>>

This excerpted and edited from -

100 Reason To Vote For Mitt Romney Or Against Barack Obama
Posted by: Hugh Hewitt at 8:12 PM

After yet another dispiriting Browns' performance yesterday, I decided to redeem the day by listing 100 reasons to either vote for Mitt Romney or against Barack Obama. I turned that list into a three hour monologue on today's show -- the first such in 12 years of radio.

It wasn't hard to do. Not hard at all. Which is why I think Romney will win going away. The president is a failure, on every level and by every measurement. Americans don't endorse failure.
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As the "Chicago Way" Democrat Political Party is fond of saying ... "Vote Early, and Vote Often" ... but most importantly, vote informed and reviewing all of Hewitt's 100 reasons to vote for Romney and against Obama 2012 may at least allow one to open up a discussion with themselves, and others, as to what issues might be the most important in this upcoming 2012 election.

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