Friday, August 24, 2012

Mitt Romney, "Big Business Doing Fine"!

Romney, Big Business doing fine!
This is not a Gaffe, Mitt Romney telling supporters, "Big Business are doing fine" every American knows this, most of us work for these Big Businesses and as Public Companies we see the profits every Month.

The other reality is we also see how those Profits are gained on the backs of the workers most of them part Time employees working 16-24 hours per week without benefits including vacation, sick leave and any of the other relief earned by these employees year after year. Health care relief that is at hand comes from the Affordable Care Act that President Obama singed into Law and takes effect in 2014. 

"Mitt Romney has vowed to Repeal the affordable Care Act but, Mitt Romney will not repeal the health care Bill. The idea if the Affordable Care Act is the vision of Mitt Romney having signed a similar Law as Governor of Massachusetts giving 98% of its residents health Care".      

In his first effort to tack back to the center Mitt Romney has admitted what most Republicans know but would try to hide from the American People saying recently:-

"I'm going to champion small business. We've got to make it easier for small businesses. Big business is doing fine in many places -– they get the loans they need, they can deal with all the regulation. They know how to find ways to get through the tax code, save money by putting various things in the places where there are low tax havens around the world for their businesses. But small business is getting crushed". These are Mitt Romney's words throwing out the core idea of his campaign against the current President.

Mitt Romney admitting that Big business have gotten the loans they need and can deal with the regulations was at the core of Mitt Romney's reason for Running for President. Having now agreeing with President Obama that, Big Business the Private Sector are fine, they have the money, they are capable of dealing with the regulations then the Mitt Romney run for President is now an empty campaign.


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