Hillary Clinton, campaigning to be the Democratic candidate for president, asked: "Who do you want answering the phone?"
Well, after the attacks in Egypt and Libya recently, we know we don't want either Hillary or Obama taking that call.
Obama's "Jimmy Carter" approach to foreign policy - we disarm, and if we are nice, then everyone will like us - does not work in a world where a religion's followers want to convert or kill the world's inhabitants.
The ineptness of Obama on the economy is reason enough not to reelect him. He has put millions more Americans on food stamps, and our real unemployment is about 16 percent. More and more regulations have been piled onto businesses and a sweeping new unpaid entitlement has been dumped on us.
For West Virginians, his war on coal should be enough.
Alpha Natural Resources is closing eight mines in Virginia, West Virginia and Pennsylvania and planned layoffs of 1,200 employees. This is no coincidence.
This election is critical. Our country cannot survive another four years of Obama.
Mitt Romney cannot turn the economy around if Democrats still control the U.S. Senate. Harry Reid will block any efforts to create jobs, balance the budget or reform our tax system. And the Democrats, including Sen. Jay Rockefeller, are no friends of coal.
Republicans must gain control of the Senate if we are to save the coal industry, create jobs, and make our country safe and strong again.
Vote for John Raese in the U.S. Senate and Bill Maloney for governor.