How Much? And, How Fast?

Newt and Mitt are very close in most all issues.  Move On Already!  The biggest issue:  Reduce spending.  I believe the primary difference between the two candidates is the way in which they will implement or persuade congress and the senate to follow their agenda of Reducing Costs and Cutting Regulation. So the only questions to ask of Newt or Mitt is , How Much Will You Cut, Where will you cut, and the absolute most important of all HOW FAST will true reform changes, etc., will be implemented.

Romney:  Knows how to cut departments and spending.  His position at Bain Capital proves that.  Thereis no question about that.  Over my 50 years of life, I have seen venture capital companies restructure and re-build or close many companies.  Scale them down to the bones and if it is a good product, it will rebound and grow.  If not, sell the assets and move on.  The primary goal is to cut and cut quickly to minimize risk with the worse case being liquidation.  Know is saying that is bad.  It provides vital roles in our enomy.  However, is that the way you want the U.S. to be handled and polices enacted over the next four years.  I will leave for you to decide.  That doesn’t sound bad.   Or, is it?

Newt Gingrich: 1994 Time man of the year for leading the way of bring back the house to the Republican Party after 40 years.   FORTY YEARS!!!  While he was House speaker, the House enacted welfare reform, passed a capital gains tax cut in 1997, and in 1998 passed the balanced budget since 1969.  Newt knows how to coalesce or bring together people for big common causes.   He knows how the economy works and he knows how to implement much needed sweeping reform without killing the American

Both positions will get us where we want to go. With a shoot-gun that is quick and messy (Mitt) or like a bowling ball which is more
steady, heavy and reaches its goal and scatters the mess out of the way (Newt).  So…it’s a gun or a bowling ball.

Everything else is a completely mute point. Now…choose how you want the next four years to go.  You decide.  I have.