I think it's odd that people revere Mitt Romney. Do they emulate a man who covets excessive wealth? Is that what this life is all about: to gather as much wealth and things so that one feels powerful? This man who is coveting the presidency brags about his wife's two Cadillacs and about a house he bought a few years ago, for $12 million, with five bathrooms (does he lack bladder control?) that he wants to tear down and quadruple in size. Where does this mentality come from? It feels like pure licentiousness; almost sinful. He may need a moral and ethical adjustment. Like get real man, there's hunger about!
With that mentality, could he really care about, be in touch with, the majority of the people in our country who are having hard economic times? Because he has accumulated so much wealth, does this qualify him to take care of our country? Can he feel for those in need or only for others who want the same as he has?
I had a hope for President Obama when he was elected that he would lead us to a higher moral standard. He inherited an economic mess: a war here, a potential war there. He didn't seem to have a warrior's mentality, but either he was forced by those who may actually run the country or he had a change of attitude and decided to continue the downward spiral proposed by the military industrial complex. Really, Mr. President, how many drones must we send out killing innocents? I'm reluctantly willing to give the man another four years only because he is running against someone who represents a way of life that is way out of touch with most Americans.