You be the judge. Bias as I may be, I have more confidence in Mitt Romney’s capacity to lead with a deep well of experience, as opposed to Obama’s continued blame game of excuses. A leader takes responsibility; A leader’s experience nurtures wisdom; A leader recognizes the need to adapt with pragmatism; and a leader is governed by values, constants and principles. The leader of America should be honest, truthful and an advocate for American values of freedom, liberty and empowerment, not entitlement. The leader of the free world should not be an advocate America’s subordination through appeasement and accommodation. The leader of America should adhere to the Constitutional principles and values of a government subordinate only to the people it serves. This is an election of leadership, freedom, peace through strength and a strong, vibrant economy. A strong economy does more to lead people from poverty – under Obama more have entered poverty than at any time since the Great Depression. Again, you be the judge. As a prompt, notice the tenor of each interviewer – a stark contrast between the Romney and Obama interviews.
Those video clips not included in the broadcast. Note Obama’s admission of falsehoods in his ad campaigns and by his campaign.
Barack Obama falls short:
Mitt Romney on Financial Regulation and the oppression of our current President’s agenda:
Mitt Romney on Job training programs and Government overreach and redundancy:
Barack Obama on fixing the economy – please note that doing the same thing over and over expecting different results is insanity:
Barack Obama on Green jobs and false promises?
Mitt Romney on Taxation, and over taxation:
Barack Obama on enlisting the public:
Mitt Romney on Obamacare:
Barack Obama’s False Advertising:
Mitt Romney on the Debates:
Barack Obama on war in the Middle East – not quite the guy I want leading this effort as he fails to understand what matters: