While I tend to disagree with several of Mitt Romney's current stances on such things are economic policy and Defense. It's my humble opinion that the last two Presidents, no matter how well meaning have been divisive figures and have offered little in terms of bringing this nation into a sound future. Having watched the Romney campaign for a little while now, I tend to believe that a lot of his current stances are based more on keeping the far right of the party in the fold, as well as tea party voters, so that turnout will remain high for those anti President Obama voters. Having said this, Mitt Romney's governing style tends to be based on past history more moderate than conservative and it's my belief that he will be less a divisive figure than former President Bush or President Obama. Given these factors, if he should become POTUS, his election may not be such a bad thing for this nation as the talking heads tend to think it is. Still further, given that Congress may not change all that much in terms of membership, even if elected the programs that people like or dislike on both sides of the Isle will not disolve overnight. Perhaps the best thing for our nation is that those we elect begin to realize, no matter what the political belief is that they serve those who elect them and not those who pay for their campaigns or those that happen to be able to send them on the latest Golf outing or honor whatever pledge they sign. Then perhaps we can eventually start taking on the hard tasks of getting this nation where it needs to be, back being the world leader it once was.