This article pretty much sums up the feelings of people all across America, not jus tin Ohio.
Â They've lost hope in this president and the promises he made, and they want change of a different kind this November.
From the article:
Four years ago, the country had high hopes for President-elect Barack Obama. He didn't have a lot of experience â€“ even his own running mate had questioned if he was ready for the job â€“ but he delivered eloquent speeches with soaring rhetoric. But now the president has to run on his record. And he will have to explain to the American people why his vision for bigger government, more spending, and higher taxes will work over the next four years when it hasn't worked in the past three and a half years.
We are fortunate as Ohioans to play a critical role in choosing our next president. And we will have a clear choice. Mitt Romney's record of achievement in both the private and public sectors makes him one of the most qualified candidates for the office in modern history. He started a company, made it a success and created thousands of jobs. He saved the Olympic Games from scandal and mismanagement. He governed a state effectively, working with both Democrats and Republicans to close a $3 billion deficit and root out waste, while cutting taxes to help grow the economy.
Governor Romney offers a proven record of accomplishment and a vision for a stronger America. He has proposed a bold agenda to reduce the size of government, reform the tax code, and get spending under control. He will strengthen America at home and abroad. He will tackle the tough problems that President Obama has ignored.
Not since 1980, when Ronald Reagan challenged Jimmy Carter, has America had the chance to make such a fundamental change in direction. This November, Ohio can help deliver a message that will be heard all over the country: A better America begins now.
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