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Interesting US Elections – Will The Businessman Win?

We are still on an early stage of the US elections, yet the battle is hot. Mitt Romney, the ex-Bain executive, famous for his jobs creation/destruction yin yang, is spearheading the Republican army. Still, since his victories are not decisive, but rather marginal, which saps the Republican convictions that he is the right candidate. Actually this is the core question – is Mitt Romney good for United States at this stage?
On one hand, he claims he has created in his business career more than 100,000 jobs via its decisions. This is a good thing for an economy still at the bottom of the recession after several years of financial crisis decline. Never mind these jobs were created mostly in retail – or that they added millions of dollars for the Bain’s shareholders. The point should be taken – and so the consequences
On one hand, his business experience is far from qualifying him for the top spot of the world superpower that US is. He is rather a classical type of politician, not the heavy hand that US sometimes needs. Well, this might actually be a benefit for a country who far too often slammed the fist on the table demanding his will to be obeyed. But at the end of the day, his global business experience is far from replacing a global political game experience.
We are too early to predict Romney’s success or failure. Never mind, he will be a very interesting change for the US, should he win. Whilst Obama brought a major change by listening to the masses and promoting leftist measures, Romney might bring a much needed balloon of oxygen for the struggling US businesses. And at the end of the day this could make a major differences because “it’s all about the money”, right? Maybe..

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