Wednesday, December 12, 2007

A voice or reason and credit soaring above the squaks of insipid remarks has emerged this week. Mitt Romney is receiving backing of the National Review.

"In the editorial posted on the conservative publication's Web site Tuesday afternoon, the magazine's editors praised Romney for his executive experience and called him a full-spectrum Republican. . . . Romney is an intelligent, articulate, and accomplished former businessman and governor. At a time when voters yearn for competence and have soured on Washington because too often the Bush administration has not demonstrated it, Romney offers proven executive skill," the editors wrote. "He has demonstrated it in everything he has done in his professional life, and his tightly organized, disciplined campaign is no exception." (CNN-Ticker)

As opponents self destruct attacking Governor Romney's faith or his choice of who should mow his lawn, Romney continues to surge forward with his experience in executive leadership and success. As concern for the American economy continues to grow it is evident that we need a competent, intelligent and proven leader with executive skills and leadership success.

For those business and investment minded people check out "Mad Money’s" Cramer on his Job Interview with Mitt Romney.

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