Semiweekly Newsletter from Absolute Rights Shares Presidential Endorsement

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Tim Young, Managing Editor at Absolute Rights, makes his Presidential choice in the latest Digital Newsletter.

In the last Absolute Rights Newsletter before the election, Managing Editor Tim Young tells readers who he’s voting for and why, in addition to the other featured articles.

In the last Absolute Rights Newsletter before the election, Managing Editor Tim Young tells readers who he’s voting for and why, in addition to the other featured articles.

The main article includes Young’s endorsement of Mitt Romney, who he believes will improve the country more so than President Obama. While he said neither are a perfect choice, Mitt Romney is the better of the two.

“The truth is that they both have a ton of failures along the way,” wrote Young, “but only one of them has had those failures as President of the United States…”

Young goes on to explain his stance, using his father as an example of how Americans should view things like unemployment checks and governmental handouts. “What he taught me was that working and providing for yourself is your responsibility, not the government’s [responsibility],” said Young in the article. “Unfortunately, a lot of people in today’s world don’t think that way anymore.”

The Crisis Ops Newsletter article focused on the probability of election riots, and says that “Many survival and prepping experts have said that there is a high chance of riots in certain states right after election day, if the “right guy” doesn’t win.”

In the Contender’s Corner section, Young explains how a number of American rivals, such as the Castro family in Cuba and Hugo Chavez, have endorsed President Obama. This creates issues that may not get the coverage they deserve, according to Young.

“Here,” Young wrote, “the President is being endorsed by bad guys and he isn’t saying, ‘Your endorsement is not wanted,’ or ‘We don’t care what you think.’ That leads me and should lead you to believe that this guy feels like he’s got something to lose if he speaks up.”

The Benghazi controversy is the focus of the Global Watch portion, in which Young addresses a recent development in the story. “According to a classified cable message received by Fox News,” said the article, “the staff at the Benghazi consulate felt like ‘sitting ducks.’”

“It is now completely evident that the four lives lost in Benghazi were preventable had the Obama Administration acted with the knowledge they had,” claims Young in the article.

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

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

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