Romney criticism prompts good laugh
I found myself laughing hysterically at the Aug. 5 letter from Mary F. Warren that states, "Mitt Romney, given his history with Bain Capital, is the poster child for such morally challenged predators." She fails to see how such experiences qualify him to lead our country and especially to help solve the myriad problems we face. You have got to be kidding.
Somehow, Mary feels Romney is morally challenged, but does not question Obama's hiring of Geitner, the tax evasion king.
Mitt Romney and Bain Capital invested in over 350 companies with a 78 percent success ratio. These were companies, in trouble, that they invested their private funds in and were able to stay open for business, maintain and add employees, and grow, like Staples. Obama has no experience in taking troubled companies and keeping them in business. In fact, his success ratio with taking our taxpayer monies and giving it to green companies, like Solyndra, is abysmal.
Then, Romney takes the Olympics from a failing organization to a great success with growing revenues. What is Obama's history with this type of experience? None.
This country is great in that all citizens can vote, even those challenged for good decision making skills. So, Mary does get to vote even though she does not see value in an individual with great success over one with no success and a proven record of failure in Obama.
Romney's success and moral fabric in understanding economic issues is the very reason he is the only choice in November.