In his July 12 letter, "In 2012, Americans should vote with their heads, not just their hearts," William W. McCollum offered sage advice: Voters should select a president by using their heads. In disagreeing with the letter writer, however, I believe that by using their heads, voters should support
Mr. McCollum argues that the president failed to deliver on his promises, especially when the
Among his stellar achievements was the prevention of a ruinous financial collapse that would have hurled the country (and the world) into a depression, the rescue of the American auto industry, the passage of the
Mr. McCollum chides President Obama for his lack of executive experience prior to the 2008 election. As PresidentGeorge W. Bushtragically demonstrated over the course of eight miserable years of running up the debt to historic levels and engaging in two unpaid-for wars — one of which was based on lies to the American people — prior executive experience is clearly overrated.
Yes, people, use your head and vote to re-elect President Barack Obama.