Let’s keep this in mind the next time you hear the liberal media scream on and on about firing teachers, police, and fire personel every time some conservative wants to reign in government spending. Liberals are very good at messaging, but horrible at governing, and it seems as though every other election cycle, the general electorate forgets that little fact. Sure, you’re going to hear how well things were during the Clinton years, and they are not all wrong, but don’t forget that Clinton had a Republican Senate and House, led by Newt Gingrich who forced Clinton to abandon Hillary Care, balance the budget, and implement welfare reform. To Clinton’s credit, he moved to the center and won reelection, of course Clinton was much more of a savvy politician than is Obama, who is probably one of the most hardened far left ideologues in the Democratic ranks.
We can do so much better folks, and while I do wish Romney had more conservative bona fides, I do think that having a CEO as President at this time may serve us very well. If anyone can navigate the haze and the maze of a bloated, wasteful bureaucracy it is Romney. Then if he chooses Marco Rubio as VP, we will have a full fledged, young staunch conservative to lead us into the future, but it all starts by electing Romney this November. Let’s see that that happens.