Mitt Romney at least makes more sense than all the rest of the Republican field, that seems to be doing all they can do to cater to the Tea Party.  I just don’t think Mr. Romney would go that far over board.

While Mr. Perry refers to Social Security as a Ponzi scheme, and obviously feels that the whole thing should be scuttled, Romney recognizes the importance of Social security as well as Medicare.  He also agrees that there might have to be some revision in the future, but not for those nearing retirement.  It is impossible for them to respond to any major overhaul in Social security.

Of course after the polls showed the anger by people over this talk of killing of the whole program, as Mr. Perry advocated at first, he suddenly had a change of heart.  Then too he had a change of heart over mandatory inoculations for 12-year-old girls over this Cervical Cancer thing he was dealing with in Texas.  Remember of course that he rammed that through without even going to the legislature.

When he discovered the wrath of the voters over that stunt, he had a change of heart as well. Of course he clarified he was all about saving the girls.  Then there’s his stance on all but a non-regulated immigration policy in Texas.  Of course this concept is across the board in Texas, Arizona, as well as several Mid-West States, because immigrants make up the majority of Farm Labor.  Many of those laborers are illegals.  It seems every time Mr. Perry faces a question of radical positions that are long-held, he is ready to change to comply with the voter.  Doesn’t want to look to far to the Right, now does he?

Ladies and Gentlemen, we had the same situation in Michigan a year ago. Rick Snyder our Governor ran all over the State telling us he was all about Michigan, saving the great state of Michigan. He would return sanity to our State, he would bring jobs to Michigan.  He had a ten point plan that non of us ever understood.  When he became Governor, he turned on the poor and middle class. catered to the Rich, and sold Michigan out to his big business cronies who sit on every vital commission and advisory council in the State that has any clout at all.

The other day I listen to a Town Hall meeting with Mr. Romney. His answers were rational, realistic, and I admit conservative. But, if I had to have a President in the White House who beat out Mr. Obama, I could, at least tolerate Romney.  Perry, Palin, and the rest of them on that platform, would tear this country to shreds.

I think Romney bears watching.  If he sticks to his guns, maintains his head, and remains rational…..Who knows, he might even beat Obama. Well, maybe… know what I mean.

Well, that’s my point of view.  Whats your Political Perspective? I look forward to hearing yours.

Have a great day….and, as usual……God Bless America!


I am 62 years old. I've been blogging for several years. I am into History and Politics as well as currant events. The latter being the main issues covered on these pages. I was a Community Advocate for twenty years, and a volunteer aide in a State Representatives Office in my home state of Michigan. While I have basically ceased these activities, I still watch the world around me closely and report on it as much as I can, which I might add is often. I encourage comments on my Blogs. I only ask that we keep our opinions clean and without insults threats or intimidation. I hope you take time to read The Horton Journal, and look forward to your comments.
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  1. Ajay Kaul says:

    You are right. Romney is one who seems to have a plan. The rest just count on rebuttals – highlighting what their opponent did wrong. Though John Huntsman is another candidate that stands out in my eyes. It’s sad though that he does not seem to have enough sponsorship to see him through the campaign.

    • Thank you for the reply, Your so right Huntsman is another that at least acts as if he has some understanding of whats going on out here. I think though he will move in the ranks because of his obvious intelligence. This is going to be an interesting campaign. Regardless of what they say I think Obama is fighting for his political life. However, much of what he has not been able to accomplish can be laid at the steps of the Republicans in the House. There has been a Conservative agenda from day one. Rush Lembaugh and Glenn Beck started it by clarifying that they were going to do everything they can to make Obama a one term President. They are more involved in all this than just the radio.

      Once again thank you for your reply, have a good day and God Bless.

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