<<No, he got rich being a politician.>.
Actually, you are wrong. As usual.
Here's a mid-day laugh for ya!
"In the Jobs and Economic Growth Plan that Gov. Mitt Romney released today, he says that fostering job creation through economic growth will be his top priority from his first day in office."...............
So, basically, the exact opposite of what he spent his entire career doing in the public and private sector. Maybe doing the exact opposite of this for 40 years , combined with his amazing ability to 180, will make him very successful!
Yes, good for Romney. Maybe he'll campaign on that "subtle difference". i can hear it now:
Let's keep America, the richest country in the world, 32nd in healthcare! Let's keep our infant mortality rate behind that of third world countries!! Let's keep making the poor poorer and the rich richer!!! Using strategic bombing to affect change is for the birds... I'm going to invade THREE countries in Asia!!!!"
Hey , why not? You and i both know he could pretty much just f4rt into the microphone for the next 6 months and he'll get resounding applause from the Obama haters like yourself. He's already managed to make the evangelicals make themselves "love" a moderate Mormon... the guy must have magic pixie dust in his back pocket. Or maybe distaste for the brown guy means they'd all vote for Hitler himself if you put him atop the GOP ticket.
let's see... this idea, or pixie dust... hmmm....
**I'd rahter have a successful business man that knows how to make money than the latter. that's what this country needs, more JObs, more success, more money, ect.
I agree. Here is a guy that inherited wealth and accumulated more, versus blowing what he had or spending beyond his means. Don't we all strive to be more successful? Why are some jealous or discriminate towards him for this? I think this show good management skills.
Also, people will criticize him for laying people off, but that needs to occur sometimes to keep a business profitable. If you cannot control cost you are out of business or deep in debt. These are difficult decisions to make, but need to be made to stay profitable. Once again good management skills. How are you going to reduce the deficit, if you are not going to make the hard decisions?
He knows that getting the job market back is the answer to economic recovery and that has to be addressed first and foremost. Pass the blame where ever you want, but you are not going to spend you way out of this problem.
This country is becoming too entitlement driven. I heard a college student on TV Saturday saying how she had $25,000 student debt and wanted the country to pay for it. I just don't see how people and expect this to happen. It would be great if we could afford to send everyone to college, but we cannot. I think the solution would be to use businesses to somehow drive this funding through some type of credits or rebates, but the students have to have some skin in the games too.
I really wish this country wasn't so divided across political parties, so honest and objective debates could occur without the political pandering and media bias.