Romney not the man for the job
May 22, 2012 | 6253 views | 2 2 comments | 161 161 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Dear Editor

Let's adopt the "common sense" ideas Mitt Romney used en masse to lead his state from 37th to 47th in job creation.

He never talks about his term as governor of Massachusetts, where he cut education and job training to the point of upsetting the business community. Then he raised fees on everything while reducing taxes for the wealthy. If that's the common sense with no results we can expect, then we need uncommon sense.

He is a political misfit and hence always looks uncomfortable in his role as candidate. Should he ever become president, he will be even more uncomfortable and I doubt that the American people would see or hear much from him.

How can one candidate like Mitt Romney have an endless supply of serious disqualifying flaws? It must be hard for Romney to be a 20th century man in the 21st century.

Sincerely .

Charles Merendino


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Brandt Hardin
May 22, 2012
Mitt Romney’s Magic Mormon Underwear protects him from the evils of the world including socialism, illegal immigrants, homosexuals and taxes on his inherited wealth. Can these sacred garments also make it rain down enough cash for a victory in this race since well over 90% of public offices are bought in our country by Big Money? Drop by to discuss these mysterious tighty whities and the role of money in politics at
Allan Flippin
May 22, 2012
I pretty much agree. His qualifications: rich white guy from privileged background.