Thursday, September 22, 2011

Part X: Concluding Thoughts About Mitt Romney's Record

It shouldn't be a surprise that given the current state of the economy, people from all walks of life are looking for a presidential candidate who can revive the economy because the economy has affected everyone regardless of religious, social, political, gender, racial, age or economic status. 
That is why we have so many Republican candidates who are seeking to capitalize on America's need for real economic leadership and are offering themselves as a leader who can fix America's economic and financial troubles. 
With the 2012 Presidential elections around the corner, one of the crucial issues to be debated and discussed by both Republicans and Democrats is the current state of America's economy. Many voters will have this question on their mind: Can this candidate actually fix the economy and get Americans back to work?
By looking the entire span of Mitt Romney's career in business and politics, we have have gotten and in depth and comprehensive look at his record which should help you, the American voter, answer the question of which Republican candidate is qualified to be in the White House in 2012.

Given that the economy will be a major issue in 2012, Mitt Romney's economic record will be scrutinized. So will the economic record of other Republican candidates. However, I hope that I have made your work in learning about Mitt Romney's economic record easier. But more importantly, I hope that I have been some of assistance in helping you answer the question regarding which candidate can save our jobs and the economy. 

I have been following Mitt Romney ever since he ran for president in 2008. As you can see, I have done my research and have come to the conclusion that Mitt Romney actually has a proven record that makes him the most qualified person to be in the White House in 2012.
I hope you come to the same conclusion as well.

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