This presidential election is the most important political decision in our lifetime. The differences are crystal clear.
If you are in the middle class; if you have Medicare and/or Social Security; or if you earn less than a million dollars, you would be voting against your own interests if you vote for Romney.
If you are a teacher, a nurse, a construction worker, a policeman, a fireman, a minority or an elderly person; if you have a pre-existing medical condition; or if you support women’s rights, you would be voting against your own interests if you vote for Romney.
If you want continued job growth, restoration of American jobs and a better life, you would be voting against your own interests if you vote for Romney.
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Why vote against your own interests? Use your common sense. Help yourself. Get ahead in life. Keep moving forward. Vote smart. Vote for Obama.
The writer lives in Myrtle Beach.