You have seen the debates, watched the ads and read the papers, but this election is not about the best debater or best speaker. It is about who you want to hire as the best CEO of the United States. While Mr. Romney spent a career of investing in the growth of businesses both large and small, the president, who has never had a private sector job has led us down the primrose path of rhetoric grand (but misguided) ideas no results.
When he had full control of both houses of Congress, he did little to move the economy forward. First blaming the previous Bush administration for the mess he was left, and then blaming the Republicans in the House for blocking anything he has tried to accomplish. Ironically, though more than 30 jobs bills have been passed by the Republican House (many with large bi-partisan support) it is the Democratically controlled Senate, led by the Democrat Harry Reid that has failed to take any action, or to even bring the house bills to the floor for debate. And now, for over 3 years, he has failed to produce a budget.
When it comes to our personal economy, many of us in agriculture use large amounts of petroleum fuels to make our livelihood; yet since the current administration has taken the reigns, the price of gasoline has more than doubled from less than $1.90 per gallon to over $4.00. And the response from the President has been to block the Keystone pipeline as well as to limit drilling permits on public land. The rhetoric hardly matches the actual facts as we are continually squeezed by the escalating cost of fuel.
Do you want the next four years to be over-ruled by appointed bureaucrats, less energy independence and business stifling regulation, or do you want a leader with both public and private sector experience that can and will create an economic growth environment. For me the choice is clear Mitt Romney for President
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