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35 Gut-Wrenching Reasons Why a “No Vote” is a Vote for Barack Obama!

If you’re thinking about not voting for Mitt Romney because he wasn’t your candidate of choice, listen to this powerful nine minute summary of Obama’s first four years and think again!

In what’s arguably the most pivotal presidential election of our lifetimes, it’s imperative that an apathetic, disenfranchised and disengaged American electorate – get engaged!

On this short but powerful episode of Catch Kevin: No Holds Barred! I explain why.

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Until next time . . . Wake Up America!

Kevin A. Lehmann

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  2. By Jim Hayden on Oct 14, 2012 | Reply

    Look at all of our options. I was one option there for a while however that no longer holds true than there is Gary Johnson. He is an option. One major problem with electing Romney is the fact that just like bush Sr, Clinton, Bush Jr and Obama Romney will continue down the path to tyranny under the new World Order. This is a major problem because he is running on the Republican ticket of the new World Order Party. That means just because he is a New World Order Republican the Republicans in the Congress will support whatever he proposes. And just like Obama when things do not go his way he will run the government by Executive Order under the Authority of the united Nations (New World Order)

    Our best hope of survival as a sovereign Republic is for Obama to serve another term with a very strong Republican majority in the Congress then starting in 2014 we all unite to defeat the New World Order once and for all.

    You see Keven while you are unable to see it I know exactly what must be done to defeat the New World Order and it starts with enforcing the Constitution. All of it and not just small tidbits of it.

    This is why I am using this time to build my support as we prepare for the upcoming battles in both Houses of the Congress. I am filing a challenge to Obama’s abuse of power in that he has been abusing the his authority of Executive Orders. The Congress killed Obama’s Dream Act and the Congress failed to pin his ears back when Obama issued an Executive Order granting the Illegals amnesty. That is not Obama’s fault it is the Republicans and conservative Democrats fault for not controlling him. Under the Constitution it is the responsibility of the Congress and the Federal Courts to control the President. When they fail to live up to their responsibility then it is up to We the People to control him. Yes with our Vote and in our Courts.

    I just announced this and so far I have pledges of just over $5,000.00 towards our class action suite against Obama. We have got to do better. If Romney wins the election our collective goose is cooked and cooked but good. If Obama wins reelection we will be able to control him using the Congress and the Federal Courts.

    That is why we have got to UNITE. Join forces to fight our mutual enemy and no it is neither Romney or Obama. It is the New World Order.

    Semper Fi


  3. By D. Gnostica on Oct 15, 2012 | Reply

    Yes but you are assuming that the Republican party even had these people’s votes to begin with. You would be asking these people to give up all their ideologies and values to vote for a candidate they don’t want to just still receive (either way) a candidate they don’t want.
    It is a lose/lose for them.
    To add insult to injury the author claims that these people are “apathetic, disenfranchised and disengaged”…
    Apathetic? not even close..
    Disengaged? once again.. not even close..
    Disenfranchised? well duh… but who made us disenfranchised, huh? THE VERY PEOPLE YOU ARE ASKING THEM TO VOTE FOR.

  4. By Kevin A. Lehmann on Oct 15, 2012 | Reply

    It has nothing to do with being a Republican or Democrat. You missed the entire point of the article, thereby proving my point. Indeed an overwhelming amount of Americans are disengaged and apathetic. I interact with them every day. You don’t turn an aircraft carrier on a dime. Romney is a stop-gap measure towards real reform. But to not vote at all shows a lack of concern and a real lack of respect for the people who gave up their lives in preservation of that privilege. You just don’t get it.

  5. By RGeorgeDunn on Oct 15, 2012 | Reply

    Kevin is right. Romney is a stepping stone to the shore of Constitutional conservative congress. The Great Awakening will come to fruition in about a year and we will get a Constitutional conservative Congress either then by we the people pressure or by the 2014 election of congressman. The 35 reason listed make it imperative we turn out of the whitehouse the Alinsky gang. And the there is this:

    When asked, “Is voting your conscience a wasted vote or not?”

    Glenn Wilson~ “If we actually had equal time for all the candidates, get some of the money and corruption out of it, then…we could choose the person we want for the job rather then voting against the one who we fear the most.”

  6. By Dee J on Oct 15, 2012 | Reply

    Have you considered the fact that there will likely be at least two “conservative” judges leaving the SCOTUS before 2016? Suggesting that Romney=Obama is nothing more than opinion, and in my opinion, it’s an uninformed judgment

    Vote that 3rd party, and feel “superior”, but when Johnson plays Ross Perot, and puts Obama back in the Whitehouse with less than 50% of the vote, and unemployment crosses 10% within a year, please don’t blame anybody but yourself!

  7. By Aaron W on Oct 16, 2012 | Reply

    I listened to this until he got to the birther argument, then laughed and turned it off…

  8. By Kevin A. Lehmann on Oct 16, 2012 | Reply

    Yeah, Aaron, facts have a way of doing that to the uninformed fool :-)

  9. By Kyle Bennett on Oct 16, 2012 | Reply

    I heard a nice laundry list of why Obama is a terrible President (I didn’t count, but it could have been 35 items), but exactly zero on why not voting is voting for all that. I have no argument with the list itself, but did you plan to support the assertion made in the title – and merely repeated in the cast – in a later episode? I’d be interested to hear even one reason, let alone 35.

  10. By Kevin A. Lehmann on Oct 17, 2012 | Reply

    By voting for Obama, you’re obviously in favor of those tragic 35 reasons. Is that not common sense?

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