This is yet another attempt to write an article.
Let's start by being fair. The GOP talks about the military budget and the private sector experience. Isn't that right? Mitt Romney is always talking about private sector experience, that's also a fact.
Let me ask you now, what's the price of a human being? The price of a mother or a father or a son or daughter? So, can anybody answer the question, what's the price of a human being? Do we come in different kinds, backs and whites and presbyterians or christian?
With that in mind, when was the last time the USMC or the Air Force turned in a profit? I mean in money, because we all know they turned in a profit in times of freedom because it's training and deterrence are balanced. Isn't the private sector all about profits? Freedom, how weird is that, it's not about money or cash or bottom lines because freedom is a concept that means something only for the PEOPLE, and it can't be quantified. It's not measured in terms of deficit or book balance, it's just good for the people, ALL PEOPLE, ideals, the Constitution, what we all believe in...
So, how is it that, suddenly, a man like Romney who is all about the balance sheet says his experience in the business sector can make him fit to be president?
Before people start with the talking points I would like to add a few things. When was the last time a war was "a good business investment"? I mean, this is not selling a building to finance a venture, this is selling HUMAN BEINGS to finance some idea! What's the price of a human being?
Wars are fought for the people, not for the books. Why does Romney know about this? How is he qualified? When was the last time Romney was really confronted in a real life situation, beyond the debates, about actually having to decide wether or not people will go into some war? Romney is a disaster waiting to happen because he can't understand the value of a human life, it's not quantified, it's about all the things he talks about and can't even begin to comprehend... like REAL life and REAL families and REAL pain.
How is being in the private sector gonna help you understand the value of a human being, when you're arguing for restrictions on Medicaid and assistance? Think about it, this is a voluntary military, so, if you say people don't deserve anything, how come you deserve somebody dying for you on a voluntary basis?
The GOP has lost its ways, and it's time for every single last person on this country to remind them of that fact. MONEY DOES NOT DEFINE HUMANITY, and I don't care about what Trump has to say about it, it's the truth, it's what God teaches us, beyond the fake theology the GOP seems to follow.
NO HYPOCRITES, NO MORE LIES, NO MORE GOP IN POWER!