Is it just me? Romney is killing it in the debates.
If we were in high school he’d win purely on the basis that he seems to confidently believe in the misinformation that he insists on hurling as fact.
Retractions, rebuttals and rephrasing are not convincing those who understand that the frailty of this candidate are persistently exposed.
He can’t seem to hold his tongue.
Mitt is no doubt a businessman…a salesman. His ability to pitch a product and garner public buy in are sadly working. However, the blind following citizens who choose to listen to rhetoric versus those who will seek accurate information seem to be gaining some type of contrived momentum.
Proof is always the best convincer.
There has to come a point when people get tired of receiving lies. Ignorance can be articulate too. As of 10/5/2012, Mitt Romney has not ARTICULATED any type of plan. Allowing states to govern themselves, obviously has not proven successful in the past. There are 50 states and a couple of provincial jurisdictions, all of which would operate like public charter schools within a public school module….seperate and individually.
Any business, organization, and/or industry knows that an operations manual is critical to some core universal functional practices. With a basis THEN entities can color in their own lines and build viable solutions to their state’s individual issues. However, fiscal practices, data collection, educational goals and objectives, as well as medical care SHOULD all have universal practices that occur nationally. Where are the plans for solving the perceived issues that Romney has with the nation. Forcing women to have unwanted babies, cannot be his most powerful platform.
The issue at hand is the dissolution of falsity within misinformed leaders.
Desperation causes people to hold on to their personal truths rather than buy in to the team mentality. What works for one in most cases does not work for all.
The background of this candidate deserves further inspection. The US has been at the hands of corporations for far too long. Candidates with special interests that have nothing to do with the collective improvement, is not a road that many of us are willing to travel again.
Bush/McCain- Haliburton….Romney- Bain and Company. Their loyality is in question.