Election Edition of Absolute Rights Newsletter Published

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Absolute Rights has released their election edition Newsletter and sent it to readers across the globe.


On this historic Election Day, the main idea behind the Newsletter is the Presidential race.

Absolute Rights and Managing Editor Tim Young have published the latest Digital Newsletter, sharing valuable information on political and survival topics in the news. On this historic Election Day, the main idea behind the Newsletter is the Presidential race.

The main article was written by Young and focuses on what will happen after the election. It first takes a moment to analyze what has led up to this pivotal Election Day, and then prognosticates what will happen next.

If Romney wins, as Young has predicted, he may have difficulty getting things done based on the makeup of the US Congress.

“It’s the same thing that we have now, just reversed,” Young said in the article. “Republicans who are in Congress now are refusing to work with President Obama… and at this point, if there are alternate parties in any form in Congress and the White House, it seems as if no one will work together.”

Crisis Ops, the survival-based article in the Newsletter, makes note of the recent fun poked at preppers by Stephen Colbert of Comedy Central’s The Colbert Report.

“Colbert, a political satirist, mocked everything from the way people purchase and develop bunkers for safety to how they store food,” said the article. “He mocked products that would basically ensure your family in a time of crisis…”

The article reminds people to take emergency preparations seriously, and to not think less of someone who does. After all, “they are the ones who will have the upper hand” when a disaster strikes, said the article.

The media is the topic of the Contender’s Corner portion of the Newsletter, which declared that eleven major newspapers changed their endorsement from Barack Obama in 2008 to Mitt Romney in 2012.

Not only that, but Newsweek has also switched sides. “The cover of Newsweek has a picture of the President with the headline “Hit the Road Barack.” In the article abandoning the President, the author writes that in Obama’s America, we still have large amounts of unemployment and a significant number of both Americans and the Chinese believe that China has overtaken the United States as the world’s superpower,” the article said.

Stemming from that subject, the Global Watch section highlighted the fact that 63% of China believes that country is now the world’s superpower, not the United States. This could lead to real problems, according to the article.

“When you are no longer considered the world’s super-power, you are looked at as weak and vulnerable to attack, both economically and militarily,” the article said.

The Absolute Rights Newsletter is sent to thousands of Absolute Rights email subscribers as part of the never-ending effort to bring relevant and captivating content directly to readers. Newsletters are distributed via email and the articles then appear online at AbsoluteRights.com.

Tim Young, a native of Baltimore, Maryland, joined Absolute Rights in the spring of 2012 and brought his brutally honest opinions with him. He has been consulted as an expert on campaign, social security, health care and labor policies. A professional stand-up comic, Young combines his political and comedic background to add a captivating voice to Absolute Rights’ mission of rights protection.

Absolute Rights informs patriotic Americans on their given rights, plus helps protect those rights from government or disaster intrusion. Most importantly, it prides itself on alerting people when their rights are being threatened, creating an active and informed community. For more information, be sure to visit AbsoluteRights.com.

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