Originally posted on dexterwaweru:
Maybe if Mr. Romney cuts enough of his own taxes he’ll be able to call himself a billionaire. As far as I can tell, cutting taxes is the only policy he hasn’t flipped on so far. Most business men make their first billion. Mr. Romney here, seems to be ahead of the curve on this because his strategy isn’t the free enterprise route but rather the rot the system from the inside route. I give him props for the innovative way in which he approaches this dilema he has; he knows that there is absolutely no way in hell he has a future in the private sector. He is 65 and has been out of work for a decade. But sadly his ambition isn’t curbed by his incompetence. He strives on, beside himself, trudging on the path which he finds himself suitable for. The path that says Factcheckers will not dictate his campaign and that no position is so definitive of him that he may not flip flop on it.
This campaign is the political version of Romney’s glue factory in that, he is running to prove that he is not quite ready for the glue factory. All he cares about is his reputation. A reputation that has him harvesting companies by day and restricting minorities rights by night. Mr. Romney has the social ethics of the Taliban when it comes to education funding and women’s rights to equal pay. He compares rather well with the Al Shabab in Somalia given his stance regarding the role of government in society. He is right on track with rogue reigimes like North Korea and Iran when it comes to his wilful contempt for the UN’s role in the international scene. Mitt’s contempt for the United Nation’s authority internationally exceeds even W’s who infamously invaded countries without cause and without UN backing.
I suggest we give the man who’s policies skyrocketted the Dow and wound down two wars a second chance, before we risk another pseudoreligious, holier than thou nutbag in the white house. It would be a waste, a damn waste, for the American people to shave off 50% of Barack Obama’s potential. Let him finish the job.
Re-elect Barack Obama.