Mitt Romney And My Mormon Lifestyle
First, let me make it abundantly clear that I do not like Obama or his communist policies. I would never vote for Obama even if he was the last man standing.
By the same token, just because Mitt Romney happens to share my faith and Mormon lifestyle, I will not vote for him. In this election I simply will not vote.
Although Mitt may seem like a sound alternative to Obama, he still doesn't exude the confidence of a commander in chief, the strategic thinking of a world leader, or the aura of a statesman. Let's put it this way: "Ronald Reagan" Mitt is not.
At best, Mitt Romney Dog on Roof
is a corporate bureaucrat with a sense of humor to match. I can't see him giving a Gorbachev the challenge to tear down walls the way Reagan did.
He comes across as timid, uncertain, and walks like a schoolboy. Bland, predictable, two-dimensional.
I am not sure I like the idea of a president who is concerned about fostering Israel's ideological war with Iran while at the same priming America's economy back to health. Spending money we don't have on proxy wars is nor going to help us get out of the mess we are in. And agreeing to the passage of the NDAA without debate on new year's eve telegraphs to me that he is all for duping the American public.
There are other reasons I don't like Romney.
Clearly, if Mitt is not speaking against global interventionism and nation-building adventurism, then he is all for it.
If Mitt is not speaking against the crippling effect of the Federal Reserve, then he wants more of the same.
And if he is not saying a word about the IRS, then he is for a collection apparatus that serves the ruling families of the world.
In short, Mitt is more aligned with globalist agendas than with the safeguarding the Constitution of the United States of America. And for this reason he is in my eyes a persona non grata.
A leader must galvanize. Mitt disengages.
I remember seeing him on the David Letterman show exiting the stage. He simply walked out. He didn't stop to smile, wave to the audience or point back to David. Just a quick exit, as if to say "get me out of here".
I will never understand how his lackluster town hall meetings (compared to Ron Paul's mass gatherings) could win him so many delegates. I suspect the machinery that regulates elections ensured that Ron Paul would not win. This is clearly a case of the tail wagging the dog, and one more reason I am not voting for Mitt.
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