PN: We already have a soul man singing Al Green and B.B. King in the White House. I'm thrilled about the prospect of having a businessman as president. Great speeches don't fix problems. It's high time we let a professional problem solver fix the nation and economy.
Eugene Robinson On Romney: "There is no magic in his words".
PN: We don't need magic! We need math. We don't need a sleight of hand magician to distract the masses. We need a hard hitting accountant type with a calculator to put the country back to work. Enter Mitt.
PN: Defeated President Barack Obama won't be mocking Romney's narrow victory in November.
Anne Coulter: "I think we have had enough of hip. Hip has nearly wrecked the country. Let's try square for a while."
Step back from election politics and ask yourself the following hypothetical question: If I had to trust my children's college tuition (inheritance if you think college is too "snobbish" like Santorum) to one of the contenders, who would I trust to make the most of it? Santorum, Gingrich, Paul, Obama, or Romney? I would invest my kids money and future with the most consistent and successful one of the bunch. Gingrich might spend your kid's money on moon bases or his love of country i.e. girls. Santorum will possibly throw it at the bridge to nowhere and borrow on top of it. Paul will trade it in for gold which could go either way. Obama will invest it based on ideology and green techs like Solindra. Romney on the other hand is the only candidate that has discipline, consistency, and successful experience in business. I'd mortgage the house to invest with Romney to which he would wisely counsel, "never borrow against your house to invest." Let's get the financial guy to steer the helm for a while and get our credit back, our jobs back, our deficit down, and our taxes lowered. Our kids will thank us for it.
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