One candidate has over 25 years of experience in business, creating jobs, running a state government, balancing budgets, successfully working with the opposite political party, helping individuals and donating a sizable inheritance and large percentage of his income to charity.
The other candidate has no business experience, and has spent very little time in his present and previously elected positions. During his presidency, unemployment remains high with 23 million out of work. Household income is falling, he can’t work across the aisle, hasn’t passed a budget, divides the country and gives little to charity.
One candidate considers women as equal persons and, early on, purposely staffed high positions by seeking qualified female applicants. The other boasts of supplying females with contraceptives, abortions, morning after pills and supporting Planned Parenthood. In other words, he considers women mostly as sex objects that need proper maintenance.
One candidate’s foreign policy is based on peace through strength, honest diplomacy and adherence to the Constitution. The other bases his policy on an exaggerated sense of personal appeal, political advantage and advice from dubious sources.
For thoughtful, perceptive Americans, the choice is clear: Mitt Romney.