Freedom. Liberty. Justice. These are but a few words to describe America. Every day, our freedom, liberty and justice are being eroded away and no one seems to care. But one man does care. He sees America as being so much more than it is now. He seeks to inspire a passion for freedom, liberty and justice. That man is Mitt Romney. His business and political experience coupled with his desire to see America succeed puts him on the fast track to be our 45th president. Here’s why Mitt Romney has my vote November 6th, 2012.
As a businessman who has owned and invested in several enterprises, Romney knows how job creation happens. From his successful work at Bain Capital to his even more successful campaign (thus far) for president, Mitt Romney lives and breathes free enterprise. This gives him more than enough credentials to lower the abysmal unemployment rate.
People are sick and tired of the failed policies of a Democratic controlled White House. With stubborn heads prevailing, Barack Obama has proven time and time again he is both an incompetent leader and a golfer. While Obama desires more government, Romney desires less. When we have a corrupt government forced to get their hands out of business’s pockets: employment skyrockets, competition is encouraged and prices drop. It’s not about lowering taxes for the rich; it’s about making the government get out of the way of economic growth.
After four years of cover-ups, debt and rising unemployment rates, people are scared. America needs a strong leader to follow. We need a leader who will stand up for the America’s greatness, who will be bold against terrorism and who will stand up for small business’s (the beating heart of America). Mitt Romney is the leader who will lead us out of failure and into a future of prosperity.
“We who live in free market societies believe that growth, prosperity and ultimately human fulfillment, are created from the bottom up, not the government down. Only when the human spirit is allowed to invent and create, only when individuals are given a personal stake in deciding economic policies and benefiting from their success — only then can societies remain economically alive, dynamic, progressive, and free. Trust the people. This is the one irrefutable lesson of the entire postwar period contradicting the notion that rigid government controls are essential to economic development.”