Mitt isn't capable, isn't prepared. This is shaping up to be public
flogging.He hasn't said one thing of any import or value
yet.....why, or better HOW- can he start now?Sorry, there is no
going back now. He's lied, flip-flopped, awkwardly tap-danced himself into
a formidable corner.The nation will not elect a man who himself
doesn't know what the heck he's talking about.
To UtahBlueDevil 11:00 a.m. Oct. 1, 2012. . .Romney
needs to go in and talk about reinventing government. He can talk with
credibility about looking at an organizations core values and strengths, and
cleaning out those things that the organization is doing that is noise, is
waste, and is unproductive.Romney can go in and talk about how to
refocus an organization on serving its customers better, at a lower cost.
Government is a service all Americans use, and we all can see plainly it is in
dire need of some rethinking and re-engineering. Romney can talk
about budgets, with credibility-------------------Actually that's not what his experience entailed. He had othing to do
with budgets. His expertise is in taking over companies, burdening them with
debt, raking off exhorbitant management fees for the benefit of his
company's executives, gutting the companies, costing the companies'
workers their benefits and jobs, and then taking the companies into bankruptcy.
Granted there were one or two that were treated differently, but what I
described was/is his main modus operandi. That is NOT what this country needs.
Charles has it all wrong. On an emotional level, Romney is just plain stiff.
His negatives are all over the place. Going bigger is not going to move the
needle other than pump up the base.But if you treat this like a job
interview, Romney has some very strong positives. He doesn’t need to bash
Obama to win this job. He can acknowledge that Obama is a good guy trying to do
a hard job, but that he doesn’t have the skills to change the game, and
Romney does.Romney needs to go in and talk about reinventing
government. He can talk with credibility about looking at an organizations core
values and strengths, and cleaning out those things that the organization is
doing that is noise, is waste, and is unproductive. Romney can go in
and talk about how to refocus an organization on serving its customers better,
at a lower cost. Government is a service all Americans use, and we all can see
plainly it is in dire need of some rethinking and re-engineering. Romney can talk about budgets, with credibility. Focus on
strengths, not attacking Obama. People want to vote FOR someone.
louieno america wants to go back to a capitalistic country, with freedom
and pride in this country. obama can not lead. we need a leader and mitt is the
The "Krafty Hammer" would have one think that America really wants to go
back to the Bush "Neo-Con" view of foreign policy. Nothing could be
further from the truth. Whether it is an unsophisticated analysis or not, it
does not matter, I think the majority of americans want to reduce our military
presence in the Middle East. If Romney advocates something else I don't
think it will fly nor do most of his campaign advisors.
Please, fellow citizens, if you are undecided, listen to both sides of the
issues with an open mind and don't allow yourself to be buffaloed by
partisan points of view and that ignore important facts.Krauthammer is
right.This is Romney's chance to talk directly to the American people.The
Obama admin.and his intimidating mass media support system have done everything
to dodge the major historic issues of our time where Obama has obviously failed
miserably. Coming Foreign Policy and economic choices by our president will
change the course of this nation dramatically.Sooner or later a president has to
take responsibility for his actions or for his inaction.
Whoa, wait a minute. Got the wrong link here. I never agree with Krauthammer.
But Will's column in today's paper was excellent. MY MISTAKE!
How can anyone tell us what he stands for when he doesn't know himself?
I don't usually agree with George Will (except when he talks sports), but
this column is an exception. Good questions both candidates ought to answer.
Mitt needs to get VERY specific about what he wants and intends to do if
he's put in the White House. Otherwise he's asking us to buy a pig in
a poke, to use the old adage. Further, he needs to release ALL his
tax returns going back to his days at Bain (not just letters or
"summaries" from his accountants -- release the real and complete tax
returns which were filed soon enough so forensic accountants can examine,
evaluate and report on them) so we can see what type of a man he is and how he
handles his finances. He admits that he has had his taxes audited on occasion
-- he needs to disclose why he was audited, the results of the audits and
whether he receied any tax amnesty from the IRS -- again so we can see what type
of a man he is and how he handles his finances. He also needs to discuss
whether (and how) he benefitted from the dodgy tax evasion schemes he set up
off-shore.He is asking the people of the United States to hire him;
they deserve to kow what they would be getting if they did.
He can't get into important issues much because he has to stay close to the
social issues that keep the tea party mad and frothing.