Romney, unlike Obama is a realist with real economic experience. Romney is going
to cut, hack, and slash budgets. He's going to plug holes in budgets while
plugging tax loopholes and increasing government revenue. Romney is all about
money. He's done well for himself financially. With budget busting spending
and no attempt by the O adminstration, it's almost un-thinkable that people
would re-elect Obama. He and his administration have done nothing to limit the
governments spending. Instead they increased rules regulations and mandates.
Rules regulations and mandates ARE TAXES. It's almost unthinkable that
people are willing to ignor personal responsibility to elect persons who are
fiscally responsible. Obama is not.
"but also to paint a picture of how a Mitt Romney presidency would be
different and better."---You've got your work
cut out for you. It might be different than Obama's presidency, but it
would certainly NOT be better. A Romney presidency would be an unmitigated
disaster, just like the previous Republican's presidency if Romney
continues to adhere to the failed policies of that previous Republican
presidency that got us into this mess in the first place.
AT RanchHand, "if Romney continues to adhere to the failed policies of that
previous Republican presidency that got us into this mess in the first
place." Obama has sure done a great job of putting us into a further
mess with his policies. The only positive thing about Obama getting re-elected
(if that happens) would be that the dems can no longer blame the gop for the
mess we are in because Obama would be inheriting a much bigger mess this time
around than last time.
@packA much bigger mess?When the last repub left office,
the economy was losing 800,000 jobs per month.The RNC has been
quoted as saying romney will be bush on steriods.No thanks.
AT What NOw? What was the price of gas 4 years ago, or the national debt, or
the unemployment rate? And what are those same things now? The RNC said we are
dead if OB wins. No thanks.
@packSo, you are in favor of going back to losing 800,000 jobs per
What don't you understand? If the unemployment rate is higher now than it
was 4 years ago, more jobs are being lost now than back then. It is simple
math. No Thanks.