Family Day event Oct 14th
by Lori Pesta
October 04, 2012 11:53 AM | 1974 views | 0 0 comments | 14 14 recommendations | email to a friend | print
I'm not going to sugar coat this message.

 It's really tough watching my candidate be attacked every day in the media. Especially since the attacks have been so vicious .... not to mention dishonest.

Since I believe this style of gutter attacks have no place in our American political system, doesn't mean they will go away.

Pundits only predict they will even get worse in the last few weeks of the campaign.

While the liberals continue to paint an ugly picture of who Romney is and what he stands for, many of us can take comfort in knowing

exactly who Mitt Romney is and what he stands for.

Mitt is a good and decent man. He is warm, and loving and patient. He has tried to live life with a set of values centered on family, faith and love of his fellow man.

America can not survive another 4 years of the Obama economy. Mitt has big bold solutions needed to fix the economy, open the job market and get our country back on track. This is not an ELECTION, it’s an EMERGENCY! Add your voice and your vote to the movement and bring the era of OBAMA to an end!

We can't fix the nasty attacks but if you register for an absentee ballot until Oct.  9, tell your friends and family to VOTE for Mitt and get out and vote yourself for Mitt Romney, we'll get him to the White House.

 Don't be complacent. This is an emergency election!

Cheer Romney on to victory at the Romney-Ryan Rally, Oct 14 at Hobgood Park Amphitheater, Towne Lake area, at 4 p.m.

Bring your lawn chair, blankets and enjoy a family time at the park. FREE event and OPEN to the PUBLIC.

Live music, food vendors, T-shirts, Sky diver "Tribute to Our Veterans", FREE ROMNEY YARD SIGNS.  Meet Romney supporters Cong. Phil Gingrey; Senator Saxby Chambliss; State Chair of the Romney Campaign, Sam Olens; Regional Director of the Romney campaign, Lamar Echoles; GA GOP Chair, Sue Everhart and more. We'll see you in the park. Join Us!

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