With all the attacks on our embassies all over the Middle East, I would be real careful in thinking of Myth Romney for your selection for the leader of the United States and its armed forces. President Obama has now almost four years of experience dealing with our military leaders, world leaders, handling enemies of The United States, including personally OK'ing the demise of Bin Laden and at least 23 of his cohorts.
For more than three years, Romney was going door to door in France, trying to convert Parisians to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, while Vietnam was going strong.
He also helped manage the Olympics by borrowing money from the U.S. government and denying funds to the host city.
His worldly experience is usually from the first-class seat of a luxury plane.
He talks tough, with no substance. He can take over a struggling company, fire all of its employees, then dispose of its assets and sleep very well that night, but that is not the type of leadership we want or need at this time.
Are we better off than we were four years ago? Look at your IRA and stock portfolio. The Dow has doubled in four years. Home sales are returning, car sales are through the roof, truck sales are booming, and concrete work is going on everywhere, leading to electrical, roofing etc.
Interest rates are low.
We know who we have as a leader with President Obama. Romney and Paul Ryan just say they will do better without any hard facts or ideas. They say, "Elect us, and then we will tell you what we are going to do."
President Obama deserves four more years.
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