October 23, 2012
Obama LIED ….
In one of the most contentious exchanges of their final debate, President Obama and Mitt Romney clashed over the federal auto bailout of 2008, with the former accusing the latter of not supporting any forms of government assistance to auto companies.
“You were very clear that you would not provide government assistance to the U.S. auto companies, even if they went through bankruptcy,” Obama said, going on the offensive. “You said that they could get it in the private marketplace. That wasn’t true.”
But Romney rejected the claim — and he’s got the op-ed he wrote to back him up. “Under no circumstances would I do anything other than to help this industry get on its feet,” Romney said, “And the idea that has been suggested that I would liquidate the industry, of course not.”
In a 2008 op-ed entitled “Let Detroit Go Bankrupt,” Romney did in fact call on the government to play a role in responding to the auto crisis but in the form of federal guarantees, not loans.
“The federal government should provide guarantees for post-bankruptcy financing and assure car buyers that their warranties are not at risk,” Romney wrote in The New York Times editorial.
Read more at politics.blogs.foxnews.com …
What wouldn’t have happened according to bankruptcy law the UAW would not have been given control over GM
Mitt was 100% correct.
July 16, 2012
Fmr. Exec. Dir. of Florida state party ditches O
The anti-Colonialist Obama has more enemies to add to his list. Destruction of America does not sit well with everyone.
Barney Bishop, the former Executive Director of the Florida Democratic Party, has written an article detailing why he can not support Barack Obama over Mitt Romney. Bishop had this to say on the president’s policies in an op-ed posted at sunshinestatenews.com:
In every challenge that faces our nation, Obama sees a solution that can only come with another government-spending program. He fails to harness the ingenuity of entrepreneurs; instead he actually places obstacles, like burdensome regulation, in front of their path to progress.
Anyone who can think knows O is wrong on near everything. Especially the economy. Only blind parasitism stops the truth. Bishop, a local Florida businessman, criticizes Obama’s attacks on Romney’s business record and defends Romney’s plan to revitalize the economy:
Specifically, the attacks on the work Mitt Romney did in private equity demonstrates a dangerous lack of understanding how important risk-taking investors are in the U.S. economy. …
Contrary to the failed Obama policies, informed by his experience in the private sector, Mitt Romney has a plan for cutting and capping the government’s spending to bring us balanced budgets. He gets that job creators need less regulation and stable tax policy in order to invest and grow.
Bishop has encouraged other Democrats to join him in his support for Romney, claiming, “It’s just too important for the nation to let party labels cloud the clear choice we have this election.”