Tuesday, January 22, 2008

Running for the Right Reasons!


From Fort Lauderdale:


Why I support Mitt Romney

He's doing it for the right reasons! Some people, and some in the media, would have you believe that Mitt is a dishonest, politically-expedient phony, and that his opponents, although wrong on some issues, at least tell the truth. It is actually the opposite. I trust Mitt Romney. I believe him when he speaks, and I think he has the correct reasons for running. His opponents don't convince me the same way. Mitt doesn't need the money, he doesn't love the power, it's not "his turn", and he's not doing it to favor a particular group. As CEO of the Olympics, he didn't accept payment for his services, neither did he as Governor of Massachusetts, and he won't as President. So why is he running? It's because he believes it's his duty. He is confident in his abilities as a leader and he knows he would be an asset to this country. Have you ever felt that way? Have you ever desired leadership simply because you knew your skills could help others? I don't know if I have, but what an incredible feeling. And he would be more than just an asset. He would forever change the country. He would make it even better than it is. He loves America, he loves his family, and he knows he can make our futures brighter. I trust Mitt Romney because I have listened to him. You can just tell.
The more the country talks about a recession, the better Mitt's chances of winning.


--Elliot Jolley

3 comments:

D.I.T said...

Elliot,

I echo exactly what you say. I first came to know Mitt during the 2002 Olympics where I was a volunteer. They were well organized, efficient, goal oriented and successful. Wow! I had the occasion of being present for two of Mitt’s motivational prep rallies. I felt Mitt Romney’s energy, excitement and efficiency and I will never forget it. He is an intelligent, compassionate, and honest man who leads with vigor.

Carolvel said...

When I heard Mitt Romney's speech on faith that he gave in Texas, I was moved and inspired. He spoke of all the things that make America unique and great. I thought how wonderful it would be to have a President with such depth of understanding, such wisdom and faith. Listening to him made me so proud to be an American. I am so glad others feel the same way. Carol Velardi

Carolvel said...

When I heard Mitt Romney's speech on faith that he gave in Texas, I was moved and inspired. He spoke of all the things that make America unique and great. I thought how wonderful it would be to have a President with such depth of understanding, such wisdom and faith. Listening to him made me so proud to be an American. I am so glad others feel the same way. Carol Velardi