Chameleon candidate means a risky vote
They say only a thin margin of undecided voters may determine the results of the presidential race.
Is there anything left to say that will sway anyone?
Maybe not, but if you are undecided, please think before voting for Mitt Romney.
Who is this man?
Do you know who he is? Does he?
Romney is a hollow man, a blank canvas that he paints differently for everyone he encounters.
Pro or anti abortion? Mitt agrees. Pro Obamacare, or against? Depends on the day.
Privatize Medicare or not? Romney favors both, but his choice for vice president says Medicare has to be privatized.
Romney panders to sleezy Donald Trump, to birther conspiracy mongers, to those who make decisions on women’s issues without women’s input, to anyone who will toss him a vote or donation.
But who is he???
He utters conflicting foreign policy statements, from passively hoping things in the Middle East will just work out, to lately having scary, militant views on that volatile region.
He has help with foreign policy from members of George Bush’s inner circle, who brought us the Iraq War that wasted thousands of lives, and trillions of dollars (on which we will owe for years).
Purveyors of weapons systems and other transnational corporations may benefit from the next wars, but Americans will pay with lives and dollars.
Romney is so wealthy that he has been running for president for years, his only apparent guiding principle is that he is entitled to the job.
He promises jobs, but he has never been a creator of jobs, doesn’t know what it is to go to work.
His record reveals that he believes in creating never-ending wealth, at any cost, for a select few, who do not even keep their money (much less jobs) in the US.
For a millionaire investor, Romney may be your guy, but an average American supporting a family should have no confidence in Romney’s leadership.
He stands for wealth accumulation – his, not yours.
I plan to vote for Barack Obama, even though we do not always agree.
I wish he was more aggressive when attacked, but then I also like that he is patient, consistent and thinks before he speaks.
I think he wasted time trying to compromise with the Republican Congress, when they publicly said their goal was to make sure Obama had a failed presidency.
But Obama said he was president of all (not just me), so I respect him for trying to build bridges.
In these challenging times we need a president with integrity who has already effectively steered us through dangerous waters.
Someone who cares about ALL of us, rich or poor, every color, creed, political persuasion or age bracket.
A president who thinks the wealth accumulators should pay their fair share so the burden to resolve our fiscal woes doesn’t break the backs of hardworking Americans.
We need someone who doesn’t change colors like a chameleon.
Mitt? Too slippery, too risky. I will vote for Obama.