Once you realize the magnitude of
President Obama's accomplishments, it's easy to see how history will view those
who voted for Romney as fools.
God forbid, should Romney win, America itself will be the laughing stock of historians. Not only for turning our backs on all that President Obama accomplished, but for then replacing him with a gentleman whose character is so small you need a microscope to see it. For those who doubt, I ask you to think, reflect for a second, on how a historian would view these facts:
President Obama hunted down and killed Osama Bin Laden, America's greatest enemy since Hitler. Justice was brought to the thousands lost on 9/11 and America is safer than any other time since the attacks.
President Obama delivered health care to tens of millions of Americans. He ensured that simply because someone gets sick in America doesn't mean their family will go bankrupt. Millions of American with pre-existing conditions will no longer be turned away.
President Obama prevented the second great depression from taking place by cutting taxes, investing in American infrastructure, and saving the American auto industry. Millions of jobs were saved. Who knows what kind of civil unrest was avoided.
President Obama ended the most pointless war since Vietnam, the Iraq war, by bringing home all the troops to their families. The WMD lies of Bush will never go away, but Obama ended the war with dignity and grace.
President Obama is the first sitting president to openly support marriage equality no matter the person's gender preference. The president has taken America into the 21st Century as a leader of civil rights and furthered the American ideal of equality and freedom.
So this Tuesday, when you enter the voting booth, ask yourself "Which side of history do I want to be on?" President Obama has more than earned a second-term. He's earned a place in history as one of America's greatest Presidents.