With the presidential election less than two months away, most people agree that it’s one of the most important elections in decades. Whether you’re on the left or the right, almost everyone agrees that the choice before us is clear. How to articulate the difference, however, is another matter. I should say up front that I fall on the conservative side of the line and so I see it as a choice between a country in which basic liberties are respected and the federal government lives within its means, or a country that’s bankrupt, morally and literally; a country in which the Constitution is nothing more than a historic artifact, citizens are subjects and the president rules by decree. Amassing trillions of dollars in debt that will be passed on generations yet unborn is positively immoral. I am not so naive as to expect that a Romney presidency will solve our financial problems. I’m not sure they are solvable. But I think he’ll certainly try. But I’m pretty sure that going down the road we’ve been on these last four years will finish us as a nation. If D’Sousa is right, and I think he is, that’s the end game of this administration. Since the ’60′s the goal has been, in the word of Crosby, Stills and Nash to “change the world; rearrange the world”. What it was supposed to be changed into, they didn’t say. If Obama is re-elected, we’ll find out.