I met Governor Romney at a fundraiser dinner and gave him two of my books, How to Achieve a Heaven on Earth and Ronald Reagan’s Wisdom for the Twenty-First Century, both with personal inscriptions. He thanked me and said, “I will look at them.” Then we were photographed together. I made the most of my opportunity.
President Obama’s “charisma” won’t pay our national debt. Governor Romney can turn our country’s economy around just as President Reagan did. It is crucial for the American people to see the truth.
President Obama will “lead” us to a worldwide depression if reelected. As president, Governor Romney can and I believe will lead us to prosperity again, not just month by month, but for much longer.
President Reagan said there were no easy answers, but there are simple answers. Electing Governor Romney and a host of Republicans is the simple answer. Their task will not be easy, but it will be simple.
- We must simplify our tax system with a low flat tax.
- We must reduce debt and reform entitlements.
- We must streamline government operations and eliminate waste and duplication.
- We must drastically reduce and simplify all our regulations.
We are in the Innovation Age and we must reinvent our government. President
Reagan, in many ways, did that. We must do similar things, but perhaps even more. He didn’t have the huge debt and entitlement problems we now have—largely because of demographics and rising costs, especially Medicare and Obamacare.
President Obama’s scorecard is in:
- $16 trillion national debt
- $50,700 debt per citizen
- $5 trillion increase during his presidency despite opportunity after opportunity to exercise leadership to control spending; in fact, quite the opposite with “stimulus” spending that accelerated our descent.
My gift is making complex things simple, and doing so in an honest as well as an ambitious manner. I believe that the path to a heaven on earth includes the election of Governor Romney and Congressman Ryan and a host of Republicans.
I ask every voter to read The Real Romney by two Boston Globe reporters. I’ve read it three times, and was extremely impressed by it.