An interesting article by A. Barton Hinkle at reason.com.
"On the budget and taxes, Romney and Obama are—again—different
mostly at the margins. And while those marginal differences can add
up over time, neither candidate has proposed a sharp deviation from
the current fiscal trajectory. On the few issues where they show
genuine disagreement, such as abortion, they are largely
constrained by constitutional limits.
As for health care, conservative pundit Tucker Carlson put it
best: "There are only two people in world history who have signed
individual mandates into law. One is the president, [and] the
other’s the guy running against him." True, the next president
might nominate one or more Supreme Court justices. If Romney does
so, he could nominate a right-winger like Chief Justice John
Roberts, who could overturn the individual mandate on...oops, never
Who are you voting for in November?
May I suggest: Gary Johnson