Romney: “Where are all the jobs?” Obama “Out of his depth”, Fixing his mess a “Daunting challenge”

Mitt Romney has a stinging editorial in the Cleveland Plain Dealer:

I have a simple question for you: Where are the jobs?

As we enter the fourth year of your term, unemployment is over 8 percent and has been for your entire term. Nearly 23 million men and women are unemployed, underemployed or are no longer even looking for work. In the face of such challenges, many Americans have simply given up hope….

Mr. President, forgive me for being blunt, but when it comes to economic affairs, you’re out of your depth. Unlike you, I am not a career politician. Unlike you, I’ve spent more than two decades working in the private sector, starting new businesses and turning around failing ones. Undoing the damage you’ve done will be a daunting challenge. But I’ve learned a thing or two about how government policies can kill private investment and stifle job creation and I have a plan to get government out of the way…

[W]hat the country needs — is not four more years of economic mismanagement and failed leadership. It needs a fundamental change in direction that, by returning the country to the principles of limited government and free enterprise, would unleash the potential of the American people.

For those who think they know Mitt Romney, but don’t: does this really sound like Obama lite to you?  READ THE REST

H/T: Hot Air via AoSHQ

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3 Responses to Romney: “Where are all the jobs?” Obama “Out of his depth”, Fixing his mess a “Daunting challenge”

  1. I’m on board. Unite or Fall.
    #war

  2. That is Photoshop at its best. An outstanding photo… thank you.

  3. coltakashi says:

    “A New Birth of Free Enterprise”–How about that as a central slogan for the Romney campaign?
    It is easy to remember because it paraphrases Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address. It also emphasizes the key difference between Mitt and Barack: reliance on the energy and creativity of free people, of entrepreneurs, against the reliance on government control of our money and our lives. When government controls your peoperty and your income, it controls your choices. There is no personal freedom without economic freedom.

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