Pasta Man Vibration endorses Barack Obama for President

While I find myself at odds with some of Obama’s positions on economic issues such as free trade and taxes on capital gains and dividends, I believe he will lead America to a brighter future. For a comparison on where the Presidential candidates stand on economic issues, click here.

Reprint from May 7, 2008

SPEECH WRITTEN FOR BARACK OBAMA

We work for a more beautiful America.

A country where no full time worker lives in poverty.
America, the beautiful.

A country where no student cannot afford a college education.
America, the beautiful.

A country where its children can reach their full potential because the finest educational resources can be found from the richest to the poorest districts.
America, the beautiful.

A country where no patient worries about inferior health care or catastrophic financial losses due to lack of health care insurance.
America, the beautiful.

A country where no veteran regrets sacrificing life or injury during war because his country honors him all the days of his life from the day he enlists.
America, the beautiful.

A country whose enemies need not fear torture or unjustifiable invasion or unwanted occupation.
America, the beautiful.

A country with an equitable tax system and a workforce equipped to compete in the global economy with free and fair trade.
America, the beautiful.

A country not dependent on foreign oil, but reliant on domestically produced renewal energy to empower its industry and consumption.
America, the beautiful.

A country with the world’s most pristine forests, rivers, oceans, and fresh air to breathe even in its urban areas.
America, the beautiful.

A country not controlled by lobbyists, but by a diverse people united in purpose to increase peace, justice, freedom, and prosperity for all mankind.
America, the beautiful.

We work for a more beautiful America.
America, the beautiful.

(written by ‘pastamanvibration,’ inspired by Barack Obama)

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