Hope vs. austerity
Obama sold us hope. Romney a bill of goods and lies.
Mitt Romney is not a businessman. Businessmen and businesswomen sell a product and service that product. Tanner Motors is a business. Dondelinger’s is a business. Eagle’s Landing, Super One Foods, Madden’s, E.L. Menk Jewelers, restaurants, bars, gas stations and hotels are businesses.
Mitt Romney’s Bain Capital would not save Chrysler or GM. He said, over and over, that they should be forced into bankruptcy.
Mitt Romney made money for himself, shareholders and his counterparts in the Venture Capital money exchange. No car, no groceries, no food, no bed, no gas, no service, and very little employment. In fact, he pared fringe benefits, ravaged pension funds and left many people impoverished at retirement.
I provided more, as a business boy, when I delivered newspapers at 5 a.m., seven days a week for five years than Mitt Romney did as a money exchanger. He is a cold-hearted, mean-spirited, board room millionaire that thinks he deserves everything he’s got.
If you think, for one minute, that he’ll make you rich someday, think again!
Bruce G. Femling