Is Mitt Romney fit to be president?

 

       If you wanted to be president of the United States , isn’t it common sense to not put your money in Swiss bank acconts or obvious tax havens like the Cayman Islands? Would you not strap your family dog on top of your car on your way to Canada?  Would you brazenly offer up a $10,000 dollar bet on a national debate with families listening in all over the country? Doesn’t he know gambling is not something to be glamorized by a potential presidential roll model?

    The lack of common sense and tin ear towards the middle class paints a very out of touch, troubled person. .Are we suppose to be impressed that $10,000 is just pocket change for him. Reports are that for some years Romney’s personal income may exceed 50 million per year. He probably paid no little taxes while he was earning about $20,000 dollars an HOUR. How could he possibly relate to the American middle class? 

    To make the decision to run for president, knowing you had a fatal tax problems is very troublesome. You could call it plain reckless. It was inevitable that Romney’s tax obligation would come under scrutiny.He must have felt …  the Republicans” owed”  him this years nomination, plus he’s the big money guy for the GOP. He threw around his ill-gotten gains…spoiled rich guys pretty much do what they want most of the time.

    Romney reminded us of Mrs. Romney’s two Cadillacs .Ann Romney told us today that “you people” don’t need to know any more about their tax returns. We saw pictures of the family vacation in their multi-million dollar party house. Success is great ,and we all would love the fruits of financial success. But, when your profits are ripped of the backs of hard working Americans .slicing and dicing jobs all over the country ….and then siphoned your personal profits  to off shore tax heavens.  Romney doesn’t feel like a guy that should be the moral leader of the free world. . Considering all the facts, one has to wonder about the soundness of Mr Romney’s  and his decision making. No matter who gets the Republican nomination, at least the American voter is now more aware of what Romney is about. All the money in the world doesn’t make Mitt qualified to  be president of the United States.

 

 

 





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  5. Christopher London, Esq. on said:

    Romney’s character, morality and evasiveness as emphasized here evidence a man so utterly disqualified from leading this country, that it is so sad to see the GOP and the Financial Community get behind a craven con-man so fresh on the heels of the financial crisis of 2008. Haven’t we learned anything about that time period? Romney is the worst caricature of a financial con-man. Anyone who manages money and publicly supports this man, I believe is operating with questionable character and integrity. Were I in the business of gaining people’s trust, my public support of a man who is so untrusthworthy should make you think twice about trusting me.

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