When deciding which candidate to vote for, here are some things to think about.
First, people give credit to President Barack Obama for getting Osama bin Laden. Seriously? Shouldn't that credit be given to the SEALs who risked their lives and the officers who planned the attack? Not someone who sat in a chair and watched it on TV. Obama should be giving the credit to the military and thanking all the servicemen for defending us.
On Mitt Romney's pro-life stance: I don't see how you could have any other stance than pro-life. The declaration says all men are created equal. That means from the moment of conception until natural death, they are entitled to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. If Obama was really for every American, wouldn't he start by protecting the smallest and most innocent, the weakest and most vulnerable? You have to protect the future of this country, one life at a time.
In regards to Romney's taxes: He paid in accordance with the tax laws set by the U.S. government. If Obama is actually for the rich paying their share, why did he take tax deductions? Shouldn't he lead by example?
Romney's jobs to China: He may have sent some to China, but how many more has he created in the United States? If Obama had made it more appealing for business to stay in the U.S., would those jobs have left?
Romney is a millionaire - how is that a bad thing? Isn't that the American dream? As defined in the Declaration of Independence: life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. I feel pretty confident in a man who is able to earn millions of dollars successfully and create jobs.
Think of the U.S. government as a large corporation. Obama is the CEO, the Senate and House of Representatives are the board of advisers, and we the citizens of the United States are the shareholders. Any business where the CEO was losing large amounts of money four years in a row, putting them in debt to their competition and on the verge of bankruptcy would only make one possible decision in its best interest - fire the CEO and replace some of the board. Remember when it all goes south, the shareholders (citizens) always lose. That's where Mitt Romney comes in. He understands how to make a profit and balance a budget.