Skip to comments.CEO on Obama Job Council Endorses Romney
Posted on 11/01/2012 8:20:39 PM PDT by lbryce
Mitt Romney picked up the endorsement of yet another chief executive officer of a major U.S. companyand one who is on President Obamas Council on Jobs and Competitiveness.
The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday that Intel chief executive officer Paul Otellini has endorsed the Republican nominee.
Despite his presence on the presidents job council, however, Ortellini has criticized the administration in the past pretty strongly, as noted by Human Events. In 2010, the Intel CEO blasted Democrats in Washington at an Aspen Forum event:
Otellini singled out the political state of affairs in Democrat-dominated Washington, saying: I think this group does not understand what it takes to create jobs. And I think theyre flummoxed by their experiment in Keynesian economics not working.
Since an unusually sharp downturn accelerated in late 2008, the Obama administration and its allies in the U.S. Congress have enacted trillions in deficit spending they say will create an economic stimulus but have not extended the Bush tax cuts and have pushed to levy extensive new health care and carbon regulations on businesses.
Theyre in a Do loop right now trying to figure out what the answer is, Otellini said.
As a result, he said, every business in America has a list of more variables than Ive ever seen in my career. If variables like capital gains taxes and the R&D tax credit are resolved correctly, jobs will stay here, but if politicians make decisions the wrong way, people will not invest in the United States. Theyll invest elsewhere.
obummer is a flummoxed lummox.
i hope his taxes are in order.
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Obama is indeed at the very least, bi-.
Has anybody’s endorsement ever changed a single vote, ever?
Yes, he's a CEO alright: OF INTEL CORPORATION.
CEO of Intel, the worlds leading IT CPU maker, endorses Romney.
Meanwhile, Obama is endorsed by some nitwit mayor of New York City who is more concerned with limiting his constituents to 16 ounces of soda pop per serving in the interests of their welfare rather than having emergency and disaster services onhand when facing a hurricane.
“Has anybodys endorsement ever changed a single vote, ever?”
That probably rules out the guy ever being chosen as Obama’s new Secretary of Jobs if he is re-elected...