Saturday, September 1, 2012

Hiring a New CEO for The United States of America

I was speaking with a friend of mine yesterday, and we agreed that Mitt Romney might be the optimal presidential candidate for these times. He's no Ronald Reagan, but he might be a better fit for today's needs than Ronaldus Maximus himself. We're electing a new Chief Executive Officer for the USA. Mitt Romney has lots of experience being a CEO, both in and out of government, and he has a track record of success everywhere he went. What he lacks in founding principles, Paul Ryan provides.

Countless businesses replace their CEO when they're doing poorly, and find a new one that will take them in a better direction, and that's what this country must do, before Barack Obama has the flexibility to drive us right into oblivion.

Originally, I was not 100% behind the Republican presidential ticket, but after the selection of Paul Ryan, the convention speeches, and this conversation with my friend, I'd say I'm 99.5% behind it now.


  1. Unless another choice materializes out of thin air, I am behind Mitt and Paul at this point in time.

    Obama-Biden, or Romney-Ryan.
    total no-brainer...

  2. He may have done a fair job at the Olympics. But...
    Upon leaving office in January 2007 Romney had left a $1 billion deficit for fiscal year 2008 if existing service levels were carried over into the next year's budget.

    The combined state and local tax burden in Massachusetts increased during Romney's governorship. According to an analysis by the Tax Foundation, from 2002 to 2006 the average rate of state and local taxes in Massachusetts rose from 9.6 percent to 10.2 percent (compared to the national rate, which rose from 9.5 percent to 9.7 percent).

    the above was taken from his wiki page.

    1. I don't have time to investigate this in detail, so I can't comment on the context or veracity. I will say that Mitt Romney, and especially Paul Ryan are much better on the founding principles than Barack Obama. Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan are much better on economics 101 than Barack Obama. I am very concerned about our future liberty and freedom with four more years of Barack Obama. He is, by an order of magnitude, the worst president in my lifetime.


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