Sunday, June 3, 2012

Mitt Romney Judged By His Peers

We have already seen how the citizens of Massachusetts view Romney's record as governor.  But, what about Romney's fellow republicans?  In this country, we believe a man should be judged by a jury of his peers.  So, what do Romney's peers think about Williard's qualifications to run as president of the United States?

In January Romney said: 
 “I know what it’s like to worry whether you’re gonna get fired, There were a couple of times I wondered whether I was going to get a pink slip.”
Of course, that's ridiculous.  The primary fear of people being fired is how they are going to pay their bills and what are they going to do about health insurance.  Romney, has never had any financial worries, unless it was the fear he might forget the secret password for his Swiss bank account.  During the campaign Governor Rick Perry of Texas ridiculed Mr. Romney's fear of getting a pink slip:
 “Now I have no doubt that Mitt Romney was worried about pink slips — whether he was going to have enough of them to hand out because his company Bain Capital with all the jobs that they killed, I’m sure he was worried that he’d run out of pink slips,”
Governor Perry didn't think very highly of Mr. Willard M. Romney's career at Bain Capital; summing up his opinion in an unusually concise and complete delivery:
“There is something inherently wrong when getting rich off failure and sticking it to someone else is how you do your business and I happen to think that’s indefensible,”
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