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July 17, 2012
Mr. Fix-it or Mr. Broke-it?
I find it remarkable that the done-nothing, rabble-rouser has the audacity to talk down to Mitt Romney regarding his business background: "We won't be apologizing... Mr. Romney claims he's Mr. Fix-it for the economy because of his business experience, so I think voters entirely legitimately want to know what exactly is his business experience." Mitt Romney has every reason to claim he has been Mr. Fix-it in scores of situations where his business acumen, clear-headedness and organizational skills enabled him to rescue companies (and our 2002 U.S. Winter Olympics) from impending disaster. In fact, one might reasonably suggest that this be the Romney campaign's new approach: Who you gonna call? Mr. Broke-it or Mr. Fix-it? While America's nightmare experience under Obama continues to careen toward insolvency, racial divisiveness and welfare statism, Mitt Romney has an actual record of restoring floundering companies to fiscal health and economic sanity. His background is precisely...(Read Full Post)