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THE Riddle of all Riddles in this Economy

So you have heard of the Chicken and the Egg...   this is like that- only in REAL TIME and with CONSEQUENCES.
The Economy is slowing, both globally and in the US specifically, which makes paying debt, closing the spending gap, creating jobs all that more difficult.
"Grow our way out" is a typical political term. It sounds painless, positive, and mostly vague. HOW do you build and grow specifically? How do you create jobs specifically? How do you create demand specifically?
Tax our way out...
Cut Spending...
Grow our way out...
Or some combination of those- but in the end, we all agree that something must be done. That is probably the single biggest issue in this coming Election- WHO do you feel will make a true positive impact?
To get that answer- ask yourself some basic questions (IF you can get past personalities long enough).
Who has the best shot at reducing Government spending? (sidenote- never happened before)
Who has a better sense for the business sector, and what it takes to create real private sector jobs?
Who has a better chance to work with the Republican Senate and House (which is likely outcome)?
Who has a track record of success in Business?
Who has a track record of success in working Bi-partisan?
This list could go on- but my point is crystal clear if you are being anywhere close to honest with yourself.
Mitt Romney is the ONLY choice. You can not make the case that President Obama is the answer to any of those questions. And that is the simple reality. So Mitt Romney is leading in the polls and will definitely win- Yes?
Not so fast- because people are not asking, or getting answers, to those simple straight-forward questions. No one is beating that drum as there isn't any sizzle in it..  but the truth is, we don't need more sizzled- we need the steak.
This Country is gasping and wheezing economically and needs a booster shot. America needs a fresh set on hands to take the helm and turn the wheel toward a true economic recovery and away from a personal agenda.
How can you pass a national Health Care act, ignore job creation- and expect to get rewarded for that?
How can you increase gov't spending from 18% to 25%- yet not to be held accountable for that?
How can you beat up on Business and Wealth- then expect to have that re-invest in your vision?
How can you talk about transparency, yet do the opposite?
How can you talk about inclusion, yet beat the other party with political soundbites consistently?
How can you talk about fiscal restraint as you spend Trillions of dollars you do not have?
How can you talk about "fair share" as you pick winners and losers from Wash DC with OUR money?
How can you talk about eliminating waste as you send huge chunks of stimulus to your donors?
This list could go on- but my point is crystal clear if you are being anywhere close to honest with yourself.
President Obama is NOT the choice.  You can not make the case that he isn't personally responsible for those issues (and much more). And that is the simple reality.
WHY isn't the American public seeing this and reflecting it in the polls? I think they feel it, and they will speak loudly in November. The economy is slowing, both here organically and do to global recessions or decelerations in several other nations.
On November 6th- we need to turn American around and get going for REAL. The path we are on for Entitlements, Taxation, Energy, Spending, Jobs, etc- can not be continued. WE are at stake- and we deserve better than this.
Vote from your heart, after using your mind. Mitt Romney is your only real choice- if you are being honest.

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Dennis on Monday, March 03, 2014 7:12 AM
That was good post.
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