Every American sees the future of this country in their minds, but the question is, which president understands not only our suggestions and yearnings, but what is morally right for this country. If you want to support your real belief in this country, then follow these 3 rules to making the election the best fight you can give before you go down.
Rule 1: The rule of Neutrality: Some would wonder why so many Americans have not voted. One answer for many would contribute to laziness and unimportance. But knowledgeable ones a educated estimate of 8% of those would understand the rule of neutrality in which no president can influence upon the act of ordering the country. What that means is that unless one of the most gifted presidents that could act upon the people’s rights as well as following their own government standards that had to be carried out and balance the two to their beneficial point, the changes would only be minor. For example the rule that neither democratic nor republican president can prevent the 2% tax raise on Americans. There are many jobs that the president conducts such as struggling to keep the yearning wishes of the people kept as well as satisfying the different viewpoints of different classes and different people. The rule of neutrality illustrates industrial and resourceful thinking that prevails and empowers logistics over opinion and bias. Sometimes the real winners of the election are not the voters, but the non-voters, in other words the neutralists.
Rule 2: The rule of Influencing those that are Blind and Turning the One-Sided Game: Elections cannot be based on the rule “If you can’t beat them, join them,” if that was the case, Obama would be prevailing in a situation in which they could declare the election winner before the final poll results. Romney is hanging on whereas some of us call it luck but logistics experts tell us it’s courage, but its none of those. It is called over-shadowing and constantly striking fearlessly as in turning the one-sided game to a race that will come up to the last vote. Romney resourcefully saw his voting results and allegiance slipping so he decided to put his determination to its full level and as soon as he became so influential to the point where Democrats could find him convincing, he turned the one sided game to a close war between 2 parties and tickets. It wasn’t such a one-sided game anymore. As a result he tied the race to a stop. As a result of his convincing display of the first presidential debate against Obama, voting and allegiance swept to his side of the election.
Rule 3: Being mindful of the Several benefits and Disadvantages on either side: Its hard to trust anyone of these candidates when they yell out many benefits of their newly revised tax plans and future visions of the country. Sometimes my mind carries me away to my stubborn opinion on voting for Obama and supporting the successful republican governor. On either side of the tickets there are many benefits and disadvantages that Americans receive. I’ve decided my opinion as a neutralist. Neither Romney nor Obama can influentially sway my mind towards their viewpoints of the country. Taxes are destined the rise, economy rates will continue to sway in a pointless trend, and failures are destined to occur. The real interest that keeps battering on my nerves is: What is to become of this country in the next 4 years of misery?