Wednesday, September 3, 2008
Talkers Vs. Doers
Having watched the convention of the Democratic Party last week and the commencement of the GOP (Grand Old Party) Convention last night made me think that this presidential election is a race between talkers and doers. The convention last week had showcased good bloviating speakers and celebrity splendor. On the other hand, the Republican convention displayed people, so far, with tremendous experience in good governance and patriotic heroism. Speeches were more on clear vision for a better yet America and less opponent attacks. The casts look happy and optimistic contrasted with angry, bitter and boastful faces and talkers in the other group. November 4th Election is a pure race of talking Democrats and doing Republicans. Of OJT Democrats vs. Experienced Republicans. Of Democrats who want to rule the world vs. Republicans whose main vision is to protect the American people. Of Democrats who are bitter of this country until the Election time vs. Republicans who know how to suffer and die for this country. Of Democrats who associate with the country's enemies vs. Republicans who protect this nation from them. Of Democrats who like to call themselves agents of change (e.g. they voted for iraq war but have been dreadfully against it? They should rather call themselves "changeable" for they change their minds easily) vs. Republicans of steadfast principles and unswerving decisions. The list can go on and on but maybe I should stop here before I attract big crowd.