Are you a member of that small group of Americans who is yet to make up your mind about voting this election? Here is a good piece that may guide you with your final choice.
All of these points are important and make sense. This point, however, may be my strongest.
He'd be one of the most decent men ever to sit in the Oval Office: This will sound too good to be true, but most of the people reading this column don't know a single, solitary person who is more compassionate and giving than Mitt Romney. Just to name a few of Mitt Romney's acts of charity, he raked leaves for the elderly, he bought milk for veterans at a VA hospital for two years, he helped a dying 14 year old boy write his will. At one point he devoted 10-20 hours per week serving in his church. He made Thanksgiving dinner for a family with a sick child and offered to pay for the college education of two boys who were made quadriplegics in a car wreck. Despite what you may hear in campaign commercials, Mitt Romney is exactly the sort of fundamentally decent man that we should want in a position of power.
We could use a knowledgeable, highly competent fellow who clearly is devoted to his fellow man in the White House - for more than a few reasons. So - if you're not sure for whom to vote, think about what a positive effect the above would have on our nation.