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Author: Bob Webster
Date:  October 26, 2008

Topic category:  Government/Politics

An Important Question for Obama Voters
Before you vote, ask yourself this one question.

Everyone who is considering a vote for Barack Hussein Obama needs to carefully consider this question before voting.

There is a single question that cuts through some of the tangential issues that at times seem to overwhelm the presidential campaigns.

Ask yourself this question and then carefully consider your answer. You might find that your answer will help clarify how you should vote, and it may be different from how you might have voted.

This is the question every Obama supporter should consider before voting:

Think long and carefully about your answer before you vote.

A person's race is no reason to either vote for that person or against that person.

Far more important are character, accomplishment, and a record of executive excellence.

Bob Webster
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Biography - Bob Webster

Bob Webster, a 12th-generation descendent of both the Darte family (Connecticut, 1630s) and the Webster family (Massachusetts, 1630s) is a descendant of Daniel Webster's father, Revolutionary War patriot Ebenezer Webster, who served with General Washington. Bob has always had a strong interest in early American history, our Constitution, U.S. politics, and law. Politically he is a constitutional republican with objectivist and libertarian roots. He has faith in the ultimate triumph of truth and reason over deception and emotion. He is a strong believer in our Constitution as written and views the abandonment of constitutional restraint by the regressive Progressive movement as a great danger to our Republic. His favorite novel is Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand and believes it should be required reading for all high school students so they can appreciate the cost of tolerating the growth of unconstitutional crushingly powerful central government. He strongly believes, as our Constitution enshrines, that the interests of the individual should be held superior to the interests of the state.

A lifelong interest in meteorology and climatology spurred his strong interest in science. Bob earned his degree in Mathematics at Virginia Tech, graduating in 1964.

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