I don't depend on government to fill my belly. I will not not depend on Mitt Romney to fill my belly.
I have arranged my affairs so as to limit the damage that any liberal (whether Obama or Romney) can do to interfere with my life. If you think you can depend on Mitt Romney or the government to fill your belly, you will likely be disappointed. I encourage you to reduce your dependency on government.
Tom Hoefling is a proven conservative who doesn't shift like a weathervane when liberal breezes blow.
When the day comes that I can no longer fill my own belly, I'll know that it's time for me to go.
No one is insisting on this, but it is expected that if Romney takes the office, he can better help improve the conditions under which you may operate to fill your own belly.
Getting Obama back will not improve these conditions. In that case, you can expect a more dramatic worsening under his championing of socialism that will likely make you tighten your belt. Not voting for Romney will improve Obama's chances measurably.
But if Romney is elected, we can not only expect some rather favorable improvements, but perhaps also we can begin to whittle at his shortcomings from a better vantage, perhaps bringing the engine of destruction to a standstill -- even moving toward a reversal. Eh?
Again, this topic is directed toward born-anew followers of Christ, not the general public, as to the facts in considering how to vote so as to agree with Scriptural morality and the Evangel. Your choice of a man of character may be one of approval, but voting for him as POTUS only helps the other side.
This is still a somewhat free country--do as you wish. But if Obama gets back in, I hope you are ready to shoulder your portion of the blame.