Hugh Hewitt's 100 Reasons To Vote For a 45th Presidency - Page 3
*** Hewitt's reasons 41-50 of 100 - LISTEN HERE>>
This edition explores reasons 41-50 which highlight: Mitt Romney’s very successful career at Bain Consulting and Bain Capitol where Bain Capitol had around an 80% successful turnaround rate at taking stumbling businesses and having them become profitable (almost unheard of). On a personal level, Mitt Romney gave a tremendous amount of his time and talent in volunteering for his Mormon Church as a leader and church community advocate. A review of Mitt Romney’s parents legacy and the impact this has had on the Mitt Romney family throughout these last decades. Mitt Romney has given over 30 million dollars in charitable contributions throughout his adult life. Barack Obama is legend for his side stepping issues that the corporate media characterizes as gaffes. From his “You didn’t build that” attack on self-interest free-enterprise, to his “blaming first” approach in discourse before ever assuming responsibility (if ever) … Obama trades on conceptual fraud in his approach to communicative leadership. This 44th presidency is probably most characterized, economically, as having run this government with NO BUDGET in over 1,2oo days and has put forth no effort to work on saving entitlements from their bankrupting path in nearly four years.
*** Hewitt's reasons 51-61 of 100 - LISTEN HERE>>
This edition explores reasons 51-61 which highlight: Barack Obama’s lack of truthful response about the facts surrounding the Fort Hood massacre. The President’s arrogance and posture (example: “Paa-Key-Staan” for the traditional Pack-ah-stan). As a leader, Barack Obama responds to emergency with paralysis … after paralysis, he then acts with panic and over-reaction. We have seen ill thought out gifts, given (iPod of Obama speeches to the Queen of England). Leading from behind has seen the assertion of the Muslim Brotherhood and Sharia Law.The Obama Administration’s record of hyper-spending and its effects are noted along with the signing of the Dodd/Frank legislation that has hamstrung how Banks need to be able to operate freely in any economy. Lastly – Fast & Furious and its cover up.Continued on the next page