John McCain may have had seven, or was it eight, homes. But he could sometimes come across like W. who the average person would want to have a beer with.
Mitt Romney is so stuck in war mode from his carpetbombing of Newt Gingrich in Florida, that he can't even fake support for the middle class.
For Romney, it's as if he wants to be president of the hedge fund managers who've filled up the Super PAC doing his talking.
How else to explain a guy who doesn't get real Americans on any level. He wants to let banks take over homes so that the market can bottom out and investors can buy up the properties for renters.
He likes to fire people who don't provide him good service. And today, he said:
"I'm not concerned about the very poor. They have a safety net."
You've got to be kidding. Romney probably thinks the safety net is some kind of padded room of luxury for the extremely poor.
I'd love to see him walk one day in the shoes of an actual middle income person, let alone a poor one.
I don't know anyone poor who doesn't work. And as to that elusive safety net.
Here in Nevada legislators try to save budget face by cutting hole after hole into ours. On the federal level, Romney would support the Ryan budget, which eviscerates funding for low-income programs.
Not only does Romney not get it, at all. Even if you think he thinks there's a safety net, he has no idea what that net is.
Anyway, more the reason to go see him this evening at Brady Industries. And, take a moment to see Romney for yourself at our project: http://ForecloseRomney.com