Women and past co-workers of Mitt Romney speak up and speak out about their experiences working with Mitt Romney and his commitment to restoring America.
It is great to see this post on the popular blogging site for women, Blogher. I hope that these posts will influence women voters to think wisely before they vote in November. So far the Obama administration and campaign has focused on a faux war on women created by the GOP. However, the real war on women is coming from Obama's policies. More women are unemployed or in poverty than they have been in 17 years! Too many are single women, or single moms who do not have a husband to support them and tend to seek welfare to get by. Sadly, they often become govt dependents rather than achieve self-reliance and independence once they become part of the welfare system.
Romney is determined and capable of turning things around, giving women, men and all people in America the chance to become self sufficient and pursue happiness, if they are willing to work hard. Nobody achieves success by depending on the govt to support your needs, whether it is contraception, health care or otherwise....most often the more dependent you become, the less free you become and less capable you become of achieving success. Poverty than becomes a vicious cycle. People living on Indian reservations can attest to this...the govt subsidizes them and gives them land to live on, yet they are unable to come out of poverty.
These women will share their experiences and knowledge of Mitt Romney from a personal, professional and political view. They are women from all political parties including Republican, Democrat and Independents. They believe in America and believe Romney is capable of leading this country out of this economic recession/depression because they have experienced how he leads, makes decisions and how he treats women and cares for others.
It is my hope more women will become involved politically and become more aware of what is really going on in our political system. I used to think politics and the news were boring, until I became more involved and learned more and more about Obama when he was running in 2008. Since then, I have become actively involved and engaged in what is going on in the world, especially nationally and how it will affect my future and that of my children's and their children's future. As women, we must stand up for our children's future, because they can't speak for themselves and can't vote. We have to make wise choices and vote for those who will help Americans prosper by giving them a hand up, not a handout!
Here is an excerpt of the BlogHer post:
Frankly, we were completely, totally, absolutely fed up. That’s what we told a reporter from the Milwaukee Sentinel today who asked us why a group of female executives are traveling the country telling women about our former boss Mitt Romney....
....Amazingly, most women don’t know that Mitt had women at his side helping him turn around the Olympics in Salt Lake and fix the economy in Massachusetts. It doesn’t surprise me because I know how Mitt puts together his team. He hires the strongest talent he can find, so naturally he ends up with a lot of women. Mitt says he hires people who will “go through walls” to get the job done; the women who have worked with him over the years definitely fit that description. I worked with him for nine years and can tell you that my colleagues in Salt Lake and Massachusetts are as talented and incredible as any group of women in America.
Mitt was recognized every year he was Governor for having more women in Cabinet and senior positions than any other Governor in the country. Women made up half Mitt’s cabinet. Women were at the heart of the economic team he put together to create jobs, cut red-tape and streamline regulations and permitting. He personally chose and campaigned for his Lt. Governor – Kerry Healey – a hard-working, gracious, accomplished woman. His Chief of Staff, Beth Myers, was at the table with him giving advice and counsel throughout his administration – and she has continued to do that in the years since, as campaign manager for his 2008 campaign and as senior strategist in the campaign this time.