Yeah, well I don't want someone who needs two years of on the job training before he knows up from down. Newt can step in and on the first day start the ball rolling.
Rolling in the same direction it has been going for years, with maybe the slightest veer to the right. No thanks.
posted on 11/24/2011 6:20:36 AM PST
1st balanced budget in decades.
First actual reduction in Welfare program since it's inception.
Largest capital gains tax reduction in history.
Passage of the Congressional Accountability Act which forced Congress to abide by the same laws that they had imposed on businesses.
If that's the direction Newt continues to roll, then yes I'll take that over putting a inexperienced tyro into the office--especially one who has no understanding of foreign policy and no world vision.
Right now, we see Russia on the verge of returning to the same policies of the Soviet Union. They are doing so because they perceive the weakness of the Obama Administration. We need someone in office who actually understands the dynamics of international relations and is prepared on day one to counteract any moves by nations like Russia. We don't have time for Herman Cain to "come up to speed." The Presidency is the last job on Earth in which we need someone who requires OJT.
posted on 11/24/2011 6:32:14 AM PST
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