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Yard Signs Tell The Story Of Mitt Romney’s Campaign

Above you see a picture I took of some political yard signs that I encountered while out and about in Houston last week.

The signs tell the story of this election.

You vote for Mitt Romney thinking that it will be to your Self-benefit, but the truth is all it will do is help predatory capitalists like Bain Capital.

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November 2, 2012 - Posted by | Uncategorized | , , ,

2 Comments »

  1. Why are they predatory? Someone wanted to buy a factory; Bain had one to sell.

    Your objection seems to be she shape of the buyers’ eyes.

    Comment by Matt Bramanti | November 3, 2012

  2. Blaming the plant closure on Bain is only half right…..blaming it on Romney is 100% WRONG. He doesn’t call the shots over at Bain anymore…I am sure you know that. You can say he wrote the book on running a successful business and Bain is following those guidelines, but Romney had nothing to do with Sensata moving.
    Did you consider that Obama DOES have something to do with it? 170 workers were going to require the company to afford for their health coverage under Obamacare. What implications did that have on the company’s P&L statement. How are the “predatory” UNIONS affecting this decision? What about Asia’s booming automotive market? GM was bailed out without having to change any of its practices that got it in trouble in the first place. Failure by one company usually allows another company with better ideas to come in, repair it and evolve it into a next generation company. GM isn’t doing that and Asia is passing us up…along with every other nation.

    The Bain-Romney connection is low hanging fruit and an easy target for someone with little imagination to use for denouncing the Republican candidate. If you see how Obama’s lack of grasp on business basics and what drives a thriving economy affects commerce in this country, you will understand why these decisions are being made throughout our nation. Sensata doesn’t stand alone in exporting jobs overseas. Coca-Cola, Levi Strauss and Nike are doing it too, just to name a few.

    http://www.cnn.com/CNN/Programs/lou.dobbs.tonight/popups/exporting.america/frameset.exclude.html

    If Sensata could be more profitable and better connected to industry growth here in America, it would stay. Business 101. Sensata moving is not the problem…it’s just a symptom of the problem.

    Comment by Mike | November 5, 2012


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