I have been taught that using the title of Mr. or Mrs. when addressing an individual is a sign of respect. To me, holding the title of Mr. President holds the highest form of this honor.
Election day is November 6, 2012, and the American voters will be charged with making a choice for the next Mr. President of the United States. Due to all the information we have to process about the candidates, making a clear choice is anything but easy; our futures are at stake. Making choices are not always “touchy feely” ones, ruled by emotions, but rather ones made with realistic expectations; ones made through facts, coupled with prayer.
What are important factors to consider when deciding whom to choose? Character and conduct tell us most about a person; it is what sets him apart from the rest. What is his moral code and how does he treat others? How does he treat his spouse and family? Is life all about him?
Consider work ethic and experience. How would you rate his government performance record up to now? Does he qualify to run the day-to-day operations of this nation? What exactly has he done with and in his life that would lead you to think he can actually cope with the strains of bipartisanship? Find out the facts. Write them down on a piece of paper and look at them in black and white.
Much has happened to us in the last four years. Can we keep going in the same direction? Or is there really hope with change coming? Take all of this into account before you cast your ballot this time. One vote can make a difference for either restoration or downfall.
Ask God to confirm to you His choice because He does see what we cannot. Then ask yourself, Can I, out of respect for the individual I choose, address him as ‘Mr. President’ having it be the greatest accolade you could give to another?
From what I have heard, witnessed and prayed about: Mitt Romney is qualified to be called ‘Mr.’ whether he sits in the oval office or not.