President Obama referred to the disaster taking place in the Middle East, as “just bumps in the road”. Seriously?
Fortunately, Romney responded with this: “The developments in the Middle East are bumps in the road? An ambassador assassinated. A Muslim Brotherhood member elected to the presidency of Egypt. 20,000 killed in Syria. Tumult in Pakistan. Iran that much closer to a nuclear weapon. These are not bumps in the road. These are human lives and developments we do not want to see.”
Obama continues to downplay the horrendous events, because they reflect poorly on his foreign affairs policies. Obama also justifies his failed domestic policies claiming he needs more time.
But in 2008, candidate Obama stated: “If I don’t have this done in three years, there’s going to be a one-term proposition.” Well, he did not get it done; it is even worse.
Obama may be a great campaigner with lofty promises, but in the end, he failed. Romney has proven his ability to turn others’ failures into success stories.
Today, America needs Romney’s skills to solve our dire problems.