posted on Mar, 7 2012 @ 08:20 PM
The more Mitt Romney declares that he "is the right man for the job of President of the United States of America" because he is a "business man,"
the more my skin crawls (besides his creepy robot voice).
To bolster his credibility, he points to his success as CEO of Bain Capital. Romney led that company to become one of the largest and most
successful private equity investment firms in the nation.
look past the fact that he consistently raised taxes and pioneered Obamacare in Massachusetts because of this private sector success.
Government Cannot Be Run Like A Business!
They echo Romney’s argument that “the government should be run like a business” and believe that only a proven, successful businessman can
do the job.
Isn't that the problem with this country? The relationship and connection between "big business" and our government is destroying the very fabric
of our nation. Special interest and lobbyists own our Congress! Have we not identified the dangers and reality of the Military-Industrial Complex? It
can't get anymore black and white! Politicians are no longer working for the average American citizen; they are working for themselves. Corporations
own this country, not its people. There are no checks and balances. Politicians work for the United Corporations of America. We have lost the ability
to affect change in Washington.
His private sector business experience means nothing when it comes to honoring the oath of office, which is in fact his job description: to
protect, perserve and defend the constitution. That has nothing to do with private sector business experience...
Our government is entirely too large and convoluted. It's a mess. There is no accountability to the tax payer. Politicians are vulgar and greedy. So
thanks, but no thanks Mr. Romney!
Our government fights wars to keep money flowing into the hands of private defense contractors to "keep the votes coming." They lie to us. Deceive
us. They tarnish the very namesake of this country to remain in office. They war-monger across the globe in the name of freedom and democracy. What a
joke. But it's not just Mitt Romney, its most politicians. Make no mistake, Romney will receive the Republican nomination, but only by default, only
because he is the lesser of all evils on the Republican side of the house. Way to go, Mitt!