The 2012 Presidential Election Campaign and Decision
Robert J. Mack
How can voters decide between the two candidates, one of whom will be not only president, but also leader of the free world?
The 2012 presidential election campaign is almost over except for the debates, which are really beauty contests. Unfortunately, obtaining accurate information on the major issues during the campaign has turned into a nightmare of too many lies.
Hopefully, the pre-election list below, organized around domestic policy issues and foreign policy issues, will help by providing a series of choices that the American people need to make regarding significant issues. When voters decide between the list options and tally them, they will arrive at the presidential candidate who best represents their values and issue positions and whom they should vote for on Tuesday, November 6.