Romney was in Michigan yesterday, and continued his attacks on Obama.
"Almost everything he did made it harder to turn this economy around," Romney said.
"It breaks my heart, I got to tell you, to see this city the way I see it now," Romney said of a drive through Detroit earlier in the day. "I know what this city can be, and was."
Once again, I've got to point out the obvious...
He made no mention of the twin bailouts offered to the automobile industry by presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama, popular recovery efforts that have even received praise from the state's GOP governor.
It breaks his heart to see the what's happened to Detroit? Really? So he would rather see the big 3 auto companies completely gone? Because that's what would have happened had the government not stepped in.
The crazy continues. The Republicans have lost all sight of reality.
No. It is BP who held the Gulf hostage through their reckless behavior and endless pursuit of profits. If all the oil companies had come up with real disaster plans instead of just photo copying some simple reaction plan from each other, they could have proved they were serious about the responsibility of a spill.
All they had to do was care about doing things right, instead of profits.
Yes, they didn't take government money, because they planned ahead and prepared for the worst.
The only thing is, they would have gone under too, because many of their suppliers would have gone under. The big 3 are interconnected and 2 of them gone would have taken the third with them as well. That's why they didn't complain when the government bailed out their competitors.
If you feel strongly about that, like I do, only buy Ford cars. They make a great product these days and were the ones who planned ahead.
Perry is clearly out of his league. He should just quit now to avoid further embarrassing himself.
Looks like the right is going to end up with Romney, whether they like it or not. The others are just too crazy. The problem is that the right seems to hate all common sense. And Romney has flip-flopped on issues just as much as John McCain did in 2008. In Perry's words, he's got sum splainin to do.