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Why This Ex-Libertarian is Voting Mitt Romney

DrFloyd Wrote: Sep 17, 2012 10:31 PM
This is what we need. Anybody who cares the least about the U.S. continuing as a capitalist juggernaut has to drop any petty differences they have over Romney. I have a lot of differences philosophically with Romney, but he is a decent human being who cares deeply about the U.S. and understands capitalism better than any other prominent U.S. politician at present. Also, and this is critical, he is competent. He made millions for himself and thousands of other people at Bain Capitol, he balanced the budget in a spendthrifty state, and he turned around an Olympics which was disintegrating. Incidentally, he took no salary for those last two jobs. Wayne Allyn Root is spot on in his analysis.
nawlins72 Wrote: Sep 17, 2012 11:58 PM
Its a canard that being a businessman means you understand economics. Buffett is a businessman, you want him running the country? What about Ted Turner? George Soros? Some of capitalism's worst enemies have been capitalists.
JustMC Wrote: Sep 17, 2012 10:38 PM
Happy to drop my petty differences over Romney. Not willing to drop the major differences, which are many.

Before I introduce myself and tell you about the most important decision of my political life, let me first cut to the chase.

If Obama is re-elected on November 6th, you haven’t seen anything yet. Because the first Obama term was just a small taste of things to come. Without ever having to answer to voters again, he will be free to be his REAL radical self. Without any need for restraint, Obama will throw caution to the wind, ignore Congress, and govern by Executive Order. He will be free to truly wreck this economy from sea to shining sea-...