Mitt Romney for President Mitt Romney, one of the 2012 presidential candidates, is a strong advocate of conservative ideals. He is not a career politician by trade; rather, he’s a conservative businessman who has spent most of his life turning around struggling businesses and building new ones. In America’s moment of crisis, Romney believes “liberty, opportunity, and free enterprise” will help guide us back on the road to prosperity (2011 Romney). America is in need of someone who is, most importantly, able to maintain finances as well as provide an elite representation of a strong, independent nation. And according to Alex Spillius of The Daily Telegraph, unlike his competitors, Mitt Romney has “out-raised and out-organized all his rivals, without yet dipping into his fortune.” I believe, with Romney’s experience in politics, as the 70th governor of Massachusetts, along with his experience in entrepreneurship, as a consultant to Bain & Company as well as a co-founder to Bain Capital, his credentials position him above the other 2012 presidential candidates. One of Romney’s beliefs is to cut our countries spending. While all the candidates plan on cutting spending, Romney specifically plans on getting rid of programs such as “Obamacare” because over the next ten years it is going to cost the country approximately ten trillion dollars in tax payer money. A major downfall with “Obamacare” is that it will give people who have the money to buy health insurance the ability to receive government-funded treatment anyway. This becomes an issue because this is the exact problem our country has, not living within its means. Mitt Romney’s plan is to take a “smaller, simpler, and smarter approach to government.” He is right when he says that we have a “moral responsibility” not to spend more than our country takes in, because our country is habituated with deficit spending. During Obama’s administration, our deficit went up from approximately two to four percent to about ten percent of our gross domestic product. This means that our government spent over ten percent of what the country’s original income was. According to Mitt Romney, this uncontrollable deficit spending is causing our nation to resort to borrowing enormous amounts of money from other countries. Romney’s number one goal is to ultimately put a cap on government spending, forcing our country to live within its means. His experience as an entrepreneur gives him the ability to formulate an economic strategy that will begin to remove the debt that is growing at a rapid rate. In cutting “Obamacare,” Mitt Romney intends on replacing it with “market-based reforms that empower states and individuals and reduce health care costs” (2011 Romney). This means that it will give the states the freedom to establish their own health care benefits, making it more affordable and flexible for the average resident. Giving the states this power also helps to minimize the role of the federal government in the every day lives of citizens. By scaling back the federal government involvement he hopes to find ways to cut back spending as well as the sheer level of bureaucracy. Romney intends to expand the tax deductions already in place to include those who wish to purchase their own health insurance. A simple change like this will give everyone what he or she wants. People with current coverage are not affected at all, while individuals without coverage will have more affordable options available. Like many conservative Republicans before him, Romney’s stance on foreign policy rings true to their core values; however, non-violent policy will be his focal point. Romney’s main goal is to propagate the American values among developing nations. History teaches that nations who share core tenets and values are better partners and will tend to stand together for common security and affluence. In addition to propagating the American values in other unindustrialized nations, he firmly believes
“Faith Based Voters” September 21, 2012
This year marks another year for the Presidential elections so, it’s a critical time for all to make a decision on to whom they should vote for. This year it’s between democrat President Barack Obama vs. republican Governor Mitt Romney. Everyone wants to know what both parties will do to help better the United States. Both parties are trying to win votes therefore, they have to persuade in any way that they can so that, they can win and run the country…
Mitt Romney for President
Do you want to keep your job? If that answer is yes you should elect Mitt Romney for President. He will create a tremendous amount of jobs and his tax deduction plan will save you lots of money. He also will reduce the gross domestic price by a whopping twenty percent.
Mitt Romney plans to rebuild the American economy and the four princebles of free enterprise, hard work, and innovation. During his presidency he want to reduce taxes, spending regulation and government…
over we will know if Barack Obama will be our president or Mitt Romney will be the new president.
President Obama is from the Democratic party and Mitt Romney is from the Republican party. Presently the news is reporting that both parties are neck and neck in the race. Neck and neck means that they are close in points.
WHO DO YOU THINK SHOULD BE PRESIDENT? CITE AT LEAST 2 REASONS SUPPORTING YOUR CHOICE
I think Barack Obama should be president of the United States because he wants to lower…
Jay-Z: The Power of Our Voice
The following advertisement was released Oct 15, 2012. During the presidential election we had this year, between President Barack Obama and republican candidate Mitt Romney. The advertisement was promoted by President Barack Obama’s 2012 presidential campaign team.
Basically, this particular advertisement demonstrated issues like success, opportunity, dream and hope. It also talks about the importance of people’s voice and expressing their freedom. In the ad,…
Economics/ Period 6
October 17, 2012
Obama’s Plan For America
For the past few months President Obama and Mitt Romney have been campaigning for the one of the most powerful jobs not only in the US, but also in the world. They both want the same job as President of The United States, but they both have different economic policies that they both think will better the economic values of the United States. President Obama if he is reelected he wants to build an economy that is built to last through adding…
Mitt Romney: The Better President?
Some people may argue that Mitt Romney had made a big mistake when he ran for president in 2012, but as often as people say that others agree that he should give it a second shot in the 2016 elections. It is debatable whether or not he will achieve the new face as president of the United States for 2016, but since he had experience the close front of elections (48.8 to 48.1 votes to Obama), strong sources can support whether he will evolve from a candidate…
Romney as a Mormon or Romney as a President or both?
John B. Judis who was the author of “Passing the People’s Religious Test: Mitt Romney’s Mormonism is Nothing to Fear,” has an effective use of rhetoric for his audience. His rhetoric was effective because he explained to them that Romney’s Mormonism, just like it says in the title of his article, is nothing to fear. The audience of Judis’s article are people who have doubts or fears about the Mormonism of Romney. In attempt to help his audience…
“Kathleen Parker: Suddenly, it’s showtime in the race for president”
In “Suddenly it’s showtime in the race for president” Kathleen Parker discusses the first presidential debate and Mitt Romney’s undisputed victory. Parker stresses the importance of the debate with 67.2 million people watching, and such a tight race it’s all in the air now and time for the games to begin.
Parker insists that Governor Romney has won the first debate by a landslide. Parker states “It was quite simply…
22 Oct. 2012
Who is Best for America?
The President and the country face many issues. The issues that the country and the President face are abortion, women joining the military, and the Supreme Court
The first most important issue that the country and President both face is the right to have an abortion. It is important because there are cases where young teens get pregnant and they themselves are not mature enough to have a baby. If that right is taken…
These are some of the things Mitt Romney is willing to change in a negative way. These issues will affect the United States and I will discuss more about it below.
The first reason I will be voting for Barack Obama is education. Barack Obama made a lot of illegal immigrants dream come true with the “Dream Act”. This allows them to keep studying and be somebody in America even though their illegal. Out of all the presidents Barack Obama has been the only president that took action for illegal people…