posted on Mar, 11 2007 @ 02:03 PM
How many times have we voters kept records on canidates promises whether they fullfilled their promises or not when elected? How many elected
politicians would pass or fail if the average fullfillment of promises was 70% or lets say 50%. More than likely a failing grade if a tally sheet was
taken on each elected politician. Are they held accountable when in office by not upholding promises? More then often not other than at the voting
Will the Billary team fullfill their promises? One promise Billary will keep is raise your taxes. This will mean less money to pay your fuel bill
whether it be for your vehicle or heating your home. There is already taxes on your fuel cost state and Federal and will that tax be raised If
Billary is Elected.
What will be Billary's true stand be on securing our border with Mexico? Will it be just window dressing or will they get tuff. President Bush and
his administration has failed miserably on keeping illegals from crossing into The United States Of America and I do relize it went on during the
Clinton Admin. also. You ask the question why have millions and millions of illegals had a free pass into our Great country. Compassion I do not
think so could it be votes, cheaper labor, keeping prices down on goods and services and the excuse that no one will take these lower paying jobs
other than illegals and the list goes on and on.
What will Billary's stance be on gangs in this country? Again the Bush Administation and cities have failed to control there momentus exspansion.
In Los Angeles area alone there are over 120,000 gang members, again let me repeat 120,000 gang members and that is in one city folks. That is almost
the troop count in Iraq think about it and most of the gang memberships in the L.A. area are due to letting illegals in this country.
We know what Romey's stance is on protecting our borders and he knows that the legal citizens of the U.S are sick and tired of footing their bill.
What are your thoughts? Rik Riley
[edit on 11-3-2007 by rikriley]