I find it interesting that the rap on Mitt Romney is he can’t connect with people. In 2008, we elected a person who had no executive experience, less than two years as a senator before running for president and voted present for much of his time in the Illinois state Senate. His highest qualification was he sent shivers up liberals’ legs.
Our debt has increased $4 trillion, unemployment is more than 8.3 percent and Iran is on the cusp of obtaining nuclear weapons, but at least we are connected and have tingling legs!
I don’t care if Romney or anyone else can connect with me. I want someone who will lower our debt, preserve Social Security and Medicare, get rid of Obamacare, reduce the massive influence of the federal government in our lives, and jump-start our economy by lowering and refining our taxes.
Here is a person who was a successful businessman, saved the Olympics and was a Republican governor of the most liberal state in the Union, yet we want to know if he can connect. Looks like we have “IDOLized” the presidency, so we get what we ask for.