It's Wednesday, and this week we're joined by Carol, a senior who doorbelled for President Roosevelt in 1932. Over the year's, Carol's seen many things - she's lived the Depression, the Second World War, the Cold War, and the New Millennium. Now, at 87, Carol's taking up the mantle once again to tell us why she's in for Barack Obama.
When I first heard about Barack Obama he interested me because he was so different. I read his autobiography, Dreams from my Father. I related to his mother - her outlook on life - and to his grandparents, who were of my generation and shared my culture and value system. Their son and grandson was raised in that culture and value system, as were my children and grandchildren. ... I decided that this young man could really be an asset to our political world.
Our founding fathers set up a government of the people, by the people, and for the people to protect our country.
A vote for Obama is a vote to preserve the nation we fought for and love.
Tell us why you're in for 2012. Send an email to [email protected] and tell us why you support President Obama's reelection campaign.