Discussion in 'Election Forums' started by Lakhota, Sep 28, 2012.
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Romney has proven that he's unfit for government - including governor of Massachusetts.
No, he's not a lousy candidate. He looks good, says all the right things, is punctual, stays pretty much on message (in public) and generally does what we expect a candidate to do.
Where he fails, and fails miserably, is in his choice of people around him and in managing the campaign, both of which are far better indicators of his abilities to hold the office of President of the United States than his gifts as a campaigner, or lack thereof.
His campaign has been the most poorly managed, inefficient and self-destructing campaign I've seen in a long time, and I'm old enough to have watched a bunch of them.
Doesn't it stand to reason that his White House would be much the same?
I'm sure the media isn't partly responsible for that perception now are they? Or the fact that they don't report a thing negative about Obama.
Which is the last thing we want in a president.
the last thing we wanted was a inexperinecd Community agitator, but we did
NaziCons are desperately trying to put some lipstick on their Romney pig. Good luck...
If Romney was capable, well, he and his handlers, he has time to turn this thing around. But he isn't capable of doing that and it seems his handlers don't have the ability either. I don't see any big moves from his campaign before November 6th. They can only hope that someone in the Obama camp totally drops the ball. The next month is going to be interesting.
All he does it fix companies that are broke (staples) ... Organizations that are broke (Salt Lake City Olympics) ... And states that are broke (Mass) .... Your right though, nothing there that says 'he will be a great prez' or even good for that matter .... But he has not been an utter failure at being prez either ... That alone makes him more qualified then the current prez
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