Romney among the morally challenged
Capitalism is, of course, the engine that drives the American economy. Among those who champion capitalism are people for whom amassing and then safeguarding great wealth -- and often via practices that few of us could sanction -- is their main if not their sole motivation.
Mitt Romney, given his history with Bain Capital, is the poster child for such morally challenged predators. I fail to see how such experiences qualify him to lead our country and especially to help solve the myriad problems we face.
For example, why should we be confident of his ability to intelligently conduct foreign relations or to redesign our military forces for the future?
Mary F. Warren