So, Romney was the big hero of the 2002 Olympics, but did you know he did it with the help of federal dollars? For someone who is so anti-government, isn't it interesting that he took money he doesn't believe in.
And his big claim of balancing the state budget when governor was an easy one - governors are mandated by state law to balance the state budget.
As far as job creation, the 12 million jobs he claims he will create will happen if he is president or not, according to economists. And his job as a venture capitalist meant he and his company would invest in companies and eventually the debt imposed on these companies would be so great that they went bankrupt and many people lost jobs they had for years.
Is this the way to grow the economy, or just a way to grow money for himself?
Sharon Dingus, Edinburg