More empty seats on the Obama bandwagon

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The former Executive Director of the Florida Democratic Party has publicly renounced Obama and thrown his support behind Romney. Barney Bishop published an op-ed encouraging other Democrats to put aside party loyalty for the sake of the nation:

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.

[Obama’s] 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.

[Unlike Obama], 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.

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4 responses to “More empty seats on the Obama bandwagon

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  2. Different topic, but interesting…


  3. KellyM.

    I did not read anything about him being raped? OMG.