In the closing moments of what is the most important election of our lifetime, the two candidates who would be president, are defining themselves with their closing arguments to the American public.
In these defining moments, a human profile of the two candidates has emerged.
Romney has said Americans don't want to trade in the vision of our Founders for a European nightmare.
Obama wants to "Be" someone big in this country..
Romney wants to "Do" something big for this country.
But in their finale statements this weekend, they clearly identified themselves and their understanding of the American dream.
Speaking in Ohio, Barack Obama told America, "Voting is the best revenge."
In response, Romney said no, that's not what voting is about, "Vote out of love for the country."
The President of the United States believes our right to vote is simply a way to get revenge?
Daniel Webster, one of America's finest statesman stands with Romney. At a reception for the "Ladies of Richmond," October 5, 1840, he said, "Impress upon children that the exercise of the elective franchise is a social duty of as solemn nature as man can be called upon to perform; that a man may not innocently trifle with his vote: that every elector is a trustee as well for others as for himself."
Be Vigilant. Be Discerning. Be Prayerful. Be Active. Be Blessed.