Choices

The Washington Times Weekly - - Letters To The Editor - Frank Solis

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.

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