I would like to see your source for facts. As far as I know when Romney became governor of Massachusettes, there was a $1.5 Bil deficit. When he left, the budget was balance even with the state's universal health care. As a "management consultant" in the business industry, Romney had to become an efficiency expert. He would necessarily have to know about economics, finances, workforce optimization, etc... One can only hope he becomes our next Chief Executive, and eliminates every ounce of waste the executive branch has accumulated in its rotten bowels over the years. He can start with the EPA if I had my choice. One thing is for sure. If he doesn't, it won't be from a lack of knowing what to do.