Skip to comments.Our View: President of the United States: Mitt Romney (Peoria, Illinois newspaper!)
Posted on 11/04/2012 3:56:49 PM PST by 2ndDivisionVet
Four years ago, one of the two major party candidates then pursuing the White House - Barack Obama or John McCain - was about to inherit the most challenging situation any president had faced in 70 years: an America on the verge of economic collapse, at war on two fronts. At the time, this page noted that there was "no limited government candidate for this era of undisciplined and damaging spending excess." That turned the decision to other factors, and ultimately made it easier to endorse Obama, who would become the nation's 44th president.
To some degree every election is a referendum on the incumbent. This one between President Obama and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney is no exception.
By any honest accounting, the economy has emerged from the valley of 2008, with 25 consecutive months of job growth, which beats the alternative but has not been nearly robust enough for those Americans who count themselves among the nearly 13 million unemployed or the 10 million working less than the desired full-time, with the jobless rate hovering stubbornly at about 8 percent...
(Excerpt) Read more at pjstar.com ...
Endorsement Opinion: Romney will provide the necessary leadership
so did they endorse Romney or O
Did you happen to see the headline?
not interested in a four page article at this point
What title information???? You have posted the title as
Our View: President of the United States: Mitt Romney (Peoria, Illinois newspaper!)
That is so very helpful....Then the article is listed by the poster as being 4 pages long....All I asked for was the gist of it. I am not going to click a link just because it is available....too much nonsense gets posted to bother with that
Disclaimer: Opinions posted on Free Republic are those of the individual posters and do not necessarily represent the opinion of Free Republic or its management. All materials posted herein are protected by copyright law and the exemption for fair use of copyrighted works.