Friday, August 10, 2012

Really Mr. Romney?

Let me see if I understand you correctly. You are running for the presidency of the U.S. using your business experience at Bain Capital and your experience as governor of Massachusetts. That's what you've cited as your right to ask voters to trust you as a prospective president. Right?

But when you're questioned by others about your business and governorship experience, especially when it's questioning your statements, showing evidence it wasn't as you said, or showing something you did but haven't mentioned, you say that's off limits? Really? Off limits for what?

The truth? The facts? The reality? Only your side of the story is allowed? That's I heard this is a democracy where people have the right to question you, to do their own homework about you, and to ask you about stuff you want forgotten. Or do you not understand our democracy?

You want us to trust you but you don't trust us to know more about you. You refuse to answer questions about your religion but you question President Obama's religion. You refuse to answer questions about your taxes and finances, but you demand Obama release more of his as well as his financial records, college records, and even his birth certificate.

And you wonder why we don't trust you? Really, Mr. Romney? What don't you get, besides everything?

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