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Fourteen questions to ask yourself before voting for president

The most important election of our lifetime

As you enter the voting booth today consider the following questions:

1) Which candidate really shows the most concern for the poor?

2) Who was running on empty entering the stretch drive of the campaign?

3) What really happened in Benghazi and why didn't the president tell the American people?

4) What about the high cost of Obamacare and the jobs it will cost the country?

5) Why did Obama run such a negative and personal campaign with so much at stake with the economy?

6) Where was the president's defense of his four-year record in office?

7) What's Obama's plan for the next four years?

8) Will the country become more dependent than it already is in a second Obama term?

9) Is helping business mean working for the enemy to Obama?

10) What is the “War on women” really about?

11) Are legal precedents all about politics?

12) Did the media fairly report this presidential campaign?

13) Are you better off today than you were four years ago?

14) Is the country headed in the right direction?

If you answer no to any one of these questions, it may be time to re-consider your most important vote of your lifetime – and the country's.

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