Comments on: Romney vs. Obama: Leadership and the enemies list http://blogs.reuters.com/jack-and-suzy-welch/2012/04/11/romney-vs-obama-leadership-and-the-enemies-list/ Fri, 12 Oct 2012 21:02:59 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=4.2.5 By: Airbones http://blogs.reuters.com/jack-and-suzy-welch/2012/04/11/romney-vs-obama-leadership-and-the-enemies-list/#comment-766 Mon, 02 Jul 2012 21:13:43 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/jack-and-suzy-welch/?p=103#comment-766 You cry baby liberals just can’t let go of Bush can you. When you have accomplished the things that Jack Welch and George W. bush did then I might listen to your opinion. Until then you are just a bunch of frightened none achievers looking for a handout from the government.

Your false pride will keep you from admitting you voted for a Marxist in Obama. Then there are those disgusting vermin who are Marxists. Go somewhere else and start a country, this is America you aren’t welcome here. Maybe France will take your sorry lazy asses.

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By: happydance http://blogs.reuters.com/jack-and-suzy-welch/2012/04/11/romney-vs-obama-leadership-and-the-enemies-list/#comment-664 Tue, 29 May 2012 16:01:30 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/jack-and-suzy-welch/?p=103#comment-664 The choice in 2012 is clear. Americans can vote to become Europe, helpless and dependent, Obama…or they can vote to remain uniquely individual, self-reliant and resilient, Romney. Although the libs have pecked away at our freedom in the name of taking care of us, we are not as stupid as they think. We’ll send Obama home and then begin to clean up his mess.

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By: RobinInSanDiego http://blogs.reuters.com/jack-and-suzy-welch/2012/04/11/romney-vs-obama-leadership-and-the-enemies-list/#comment-647 Thu, 24 May 2012 14:44:57 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/jack-and-suzy-welch/?p=103#comment-647 I think you discredited yourself when you trotted out that tired old teleprompter attack. Oh but wait. It doesn’t matter since Obama was born in Kenya, right?

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By: grapenephi http://blogs.reuters.com/jack-and-suzy-welch/2012/04/11/romney-vs-obama-leadership-and-the-enemies-list/#comment-621 Thu, 19 Apr 2012 00:30:34 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/jack-and-suzy-welch/?p=103#comment-621 It is true that Romney has had some “foot-in-mouth” moments, but what is not true is that it is because he isn’t used to being around so many “average Americans.” When Obama realized that Romney would most-likely be the nominee, he had his campaign send out a virtual SOS to everyone on their distro list saying that he didn’t believe that he could beat Romney in the general election. I have to agree with that assertion. When Obama and Romney go toe-to-toe in debates, it will become more and more clear that Romney is the man for this country’s CIC, and Romney is going to clean up in the election. Obama’s flowery rhetoric of “change” really can’t be touted this time, and that’s for two reasons. First, he has already proven that the only change he can bring is to make things worse, and second, people want it to change back to the way it used to be when it was actually good to live in the USA. Obama can’t do that. If anyone has any chance of changing things back to this country being a successful, thriving economy and society, it is Romney.

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By: LisaColorado http://blogs.reuters.com/jack-and-suzy-welch/2012/04/11/romney-vs-obama-leadership-and-the-enemies-list/#comment-620 Tue, 17 Apr 2012 22:58:37 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/jack-and-suzy-welch/?p=103#comment-620 Having just discovered Reuters as a source of my online news, I hunted around the website and the list of columnists. Jack and Suzy Welchs’ names were the only ones I recognized. They are known for their management tips and their magazine, Success, which I have read a few times. Considering who they are, and what they are about, I’d say what they’re doing here is looking at the President and his potential replacement for their management skills. It’s not really about what each side of the political spectrum stands for. The authors are applying their expertise to this area of politics.

I don’t disagree with kokobell that proper institutions of government would save us from the clutches of rampant greed. Proper ones. That is so very far from how our institutions are now. Talking about the money hungry from the point of view of the power hungry is mind-boggling.

Look at who Obama has experience managing, and who Romney has experience managing. That’s the point of the article.

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By: kokobell616 http://blogs.reuters.com/jack-and-suzy-welch/2012/04/11/romney-vs-obama-leadership-and-the-enemies-list/#comment-619 Sun, 15 Apr 2012 21:09:10 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/jack-and-suzy-welch/?p=103#comment-619 Reasonableness would seem to indicate a strong belief in the forces of capitalism from the authors of this piece. Where the agents of commerce are the warriors for truth and justice and the American way.

I feel somewhat differently. I have come to believe that proper institutions of government are exactly what will save us from the clutches of rampant greed. Even the former head of the Federal Reserve indicated he was stymied by the force of greed in the financial markets.

This piece seems to suggest that a person of mitts talents would be good for this country. I am sure that he would be quite effective for the Welshes and possibly their friends. The other 300 million of us will, I am sure, take a back seat to the increasing wealth in this country. As we have for the last few decades.

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By: Montecalm http://blogs.reuters.com/jack-and-suzy-welch/2012/04/11/romney-vs-obama-leadership-and-the-enemies-list/#comment-617 Sun, 15 Apr 2012 06:32:08 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/jack-and-suzy-welch/?p=103#comment-617 It has been obvious for some time that the general election has become American Idol on steroids. I hope that the American people can see past the veneer and vote on the substance of the candidates in question. Given his radical agenda and threat of more to come if given another four years I am surprised that more of the public hasn’t recognised the lurch we have taken to the left.

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By: Vidya3049 http://blogs.reuters.com/jack-and-suzy-welch/2012/04/11/romney-vs-obama-leadership-and-the-enemies-list/#comment-616 Sun, 15 Apr 2012 04:39:40 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/jack-and-suzy-welch/?p=103#comment-616 Dear Jack and Suzy,

Rick Santorum was right and both of you are wrong. Mitt is THE WORST person in America to run as a candidate for the presidency.

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By: mick68 http://blogs.reuters.com/jack-and-suzy-welch/2012/04/11/romney-vs-obama-leadership-and-the-enemies-list/#comment-614 Sun, 15 Apr 2012 01:54:37 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/jack-and-suzy-welch/?p=103#comment-614 “Obama has been trying to unite the country against impossible odds” *Flashrooster*

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I laughed so hard I’m crying. Obama plays the race card more than Al Sharpton and Flashrooster thinks he’s trying to unite the country.

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By: LoraineAntrim http://blogs.reuters.com/jack-and-suzy-welch/2012/04/11/romney-vs-obama-leadership-and-the-enemies-list/#comment-613 Sat, 14 Apr 2012 12:52:34 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/jack-and-suzy-welch/?p=103#comment-613 Any Presidential candidate needs more than just good rhetoric. They need to rally people, show a passion around issues and most importantly paint a vision and strategy and show how you will execute. Same as CEOs of Fortune 100 companies. Loraine Antrim

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