From the GREAT STATE OF MAINE?
It's Okay To Not Make A Change
An ad I'd love to see. Thanks, RNC, for the inspiration:
Announcer: Mitt Romney entered the 2012 campaign promising big ideas to strengthen the economy, put more people back to work, and bring change to Washington.I'm Billy in Portland and I approved this message. Cheers and Jeers starts below the fold... [Swoosh!!] RIGHTNOW! [Gong!!]
So what are Mitt's big ideas?
Corporations are people?47 percent of Americans, including veterans, seniors and the disabled, are moochers?the middle class should pay a higher tax rate than the rich?the Israeli-Palestinian peace process is hopeless?scrap Medicare in favor of health care coupons?send the uninsured to already-crowded emergency rooms?make students borrow whatever money they need for college from their parents?add trillions to the deficit by giving even more tax cuts to the wealthy?remain dependent on dirty energy for the foreseeable future?maybe even prepare for war with Iran.Mitt tried. He really did. But it just didn't work
out. America, it's okay to not make a change.Today Republicans and Democrats agree: Mitt Romney tried to be the candidate of competence and vision...a man you could trust and respect. He tried so hard. He really did. And you tried hard to trust him and respect him. But it just didn't work out this time. Mitt's just not ready. And that's okay.
Yes, it?s okay to let go of Mitt Romney in favor of the candidate with a proven record of leadership, accomplishment, optimism and a vision for a brighter future.
Mitt Romney tried. Bless his heart, he tried his best and gave it a shot. But his best just wasn't good enough this time. And it's okay to not make a change. On November 6th, re-elect President Barack Obama.
Who knows? Maybe Mitt Romney will be ready next time.