Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Here's the reason Obama wants to prevent the military from voting.

Obama and the Democrat Party have brought law suits in several states to prevent our military personnel overseas from having extra time to file absentee ballots. There's no doubt what their reason is all about. Just as the Democrats are fighting so hard to prevent voter ID requirements so party faithful can vote more than once, they are also making it extremely difficult for Armed Forces stationed overseas from voting at all. It's not hard to see when your 'Commander-in-Chief' changes the Rules of Engagement to protect his Muslim brothers by ordering unloaded weapons while on patrol,  shoot only after the enemy shoots first, never return fire if the enemy is firing from a school, hospital or occupied village, that he won't be too popular among the troops. Please read and contribute to Move America Forward.


Presidential candidate Mitt Romney finally dug into military and national security issues today in a speech he delivered to the Virginia Military Institute. Romney went after Obama's passive foreign policy that is inviting disaster and we're seeing the results of that weak approach all over the Middle East.

Here at Move America Forward, our disappointment at Obama's job performance on foreign policy as well as concern for the future of our nation under such poor leadership is shared by many of our troops, as evidenced by these recent Military Times poll numbers that show Romney with a huge lead over Obama. This clearly shows that our troops are not happy with their apologist-in-chief Barack Obama.

The professional core of the U.S. military overwhelmingly favors Mitt Romney over President Obama in the upcoming election — but not because of any particular military issues, according to a new poll of more than 3,100 active and reserve troops.

Respondents rated the economy and the candidates’ character as their most important considerations and all but ignored the war in Afghanistan as an issue of concern.

The Military Times Poll is a secure email survey of active-duty, National Guard and reserve members who are subscribers to the Military Times newspapers.

This population is older and more senior than the military population at large, but it is representative of the professional core of the all-volunteer force.

The 3,100 respondents — roughly two-thirds active-duty and one-third reserve component members — are about 80 percent white and 91 percent male. Forty percent are in pay grades E-5 through E-8, while more than 35 percent are in pay grades O-3 through O-5.

Almost 80 percent of respondents have a college degree — including 27 percent with a graduate degree and more than 11 percent with a post-graduate degree — while an additional 18.5 percent have some college under their belts.

And they are battle-hardened; almost 29 percent have spent more than two cumulative years deployed since 9/11, while a similar percentage has spent one to two cumulative years deployed.

The Military Times poll shows that Republicans continue to enjoy overwhelming support among the military’s professional ranks.

OCTOBER - 07 - 2012
The President is quick to claim his foreign policy and national security doctrines as successful. He will tell all who listen that HE killed Osama Bin Laden, that democracy is taking shape in the Middle East under his direction. But those who remember a United States of America that didn't apologize for its strength, that treated allies as friends and enemies as enemies, will obviously not agree with his version of the last four years. We can't afford another four years of Obama!

Please help Move America Forward to produce a TV ad to show Americans what four more years of Obama will mean to our military and national security!


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