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From the Editorial Board of The DSM Register...

Last night The Des Moines Register endorsed Mitt Romney for President - the first time the paper has endorsed a Republican in 40 years.
 
Commit to Mitt today and remind your Facebook friends and family to get out the vote for Mitt.
 
 

DES MOINES REGISTER: "MITT ROMNEY OFFERS A FRESH ECONOMIC VISION"

 
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Mitt Romney Offers A Fresh Economic Vision
Des Moines Register
Editorial
October 27, 2012
http://www.desmoinesregister.com
 
Ten months ago this newspaper endorsed former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney for the Republican nomination for president. An overarching consideration was which of the party's candidates could we see occupying the White House, and there was no question that Romney was qualified for the job.

Now, in the closing days of the general election campaign, the question is which of the two contenders deserves to be the next president of the United States.

Both President Barack Obama and Governor Romney are superbly qualified. Both are graduates of the Harvard University Law School who have distinguished themselves in government, in public service and in private life. Both are devoted husbands and fathers.

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Our discussion repeatedly circled back to the nation's single most important challenge: pulling the economy out of the doldrums, getting more Americans back in the workforce in meaningful jobs with promising futures, and getting the federal government on a track to balance the budget in a bipartisan manner that the country demands.

Which candidate could forge the compromises in Congress to achieve these goals? When the question is framed in those terms, Mitt Romney emerges the stronger candidate.

The former governor and business executive has a strong record of achievement in both the private and the public sectors. He was an accomplished governor in a liberal state. He founded and ran a successful business that turned around failing companies. He successfully managed the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City.

Romney has made rebuilding the economy his No. 1 campaign priority - and rightly so.
 
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The president's best efforts to resuscitate the stumbling economy have fallen short. Nothing indicates it would change with a second term in the White House.

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Consumers must feel more confident about their own economic futures to begin spending on the products and services that power the economy. A renewed sense of confidence will spark renewed investment by American companies. Industry will return to full production and hiring will begin again.

That should come with Mitt Romney in the White House.

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Throughout the campaign, he has expressed faith in the private sector to fuel a more robust economic recovery if it has more confidence that the federal government will not be an obstacle. Romney has a strategy for job growth through tax and regulatory relief for small businesses, encouraging all forms of domestic energy production, education that prepares graduates with job skills, expanding foreign trade and reducing the burden of federal deficits.

That formula, coupled with his business acumen, should unlock this nation's economic potential.

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Voters should give Mitt Romney a chance to correct the nation's fiscal course and to implode the partisan gridlock that has shackled Washington and the rest of America - with the understanding that he would face the same assessment in four years if he does not succeed.
 

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Senior Contributor

Re: From the Editorial Board of The DSM Register...

Well the Register must be racist.

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Veteran Advisor

Re: From the Editorial Board of The DSM Register...

I don't see how you can say that with any realism.  He just says he's going to do this and do that, get this done, etc, etc.  Never a word about how he expects any of it to happen.  He offers NOTHING to convince anyone who isn't in love with him, that he can actually accomplish anything!

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Re: From the Editorial Board of The DSM Register...

I know snurrbutt but you voted for him four years ago anyway .