Mitt Romney, Massachusetts Governor’s Record = 47th In Job Creation | A “SEVERELY” Republican Governor

Notice if you check out the Wikipedia page on Governor Romney, IT.HAS.BEEN.SCRUBBED!

Lots of research and links that conservatives gathered against Governor Romney as a GOP presidential candidate.  Check it out here. 

Time to examine Mitt Romney’s RECORD as Governor of Massachussetts. Massachusetts economy lagged in job creation and saw an increase in debt while he was governor from 2003-2007.

What happened to the Massachusetts debt? Mitt Romney happened!

Mitt Romney was elected governor of Massachusetts and took office in January of 2003. He did not seek re-election, and left office in January of 2007.

IS IT ANY WONDER MASSACHUSSETTS HAD SUCH AN ABYSMAL JOBS RECORD?

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13 Responses to Mitt Romney, Massachusetts Governor’s Record = 47th In Job Creation | A “SEVERELY” Republican Governor

  1. Pingback: New Obama campaign video hits Mitt Romney’s record as governor « The Fifth Column

  2. Ametia says:

    ALL ABOUT CORPORATIONS, AREN’T YOU, MITT?

  3. Ametia says:

    Mitt Romney claims his experience as a corporate buyout specialist will bring positive economic results for the nation. He made the same economic promises when he ran for governor of Massachusetts that he makes today – that job creation would pick up, the debt would go down, taxes and spending would be reduced and the size of government would shrink. But Romney Economics actually resulted in slower job creation, more debt, bigger government and cuts to programs essential to the middle class. It didn’t work in then, and it won’t work now.

    MUST READ MEMO

    http://www.barackobama.com/pdf/ma-policy/ma-policy-2

    • Ametia says:

      CONCLUSION: MITT ROMNEY WAS RIGHT. HE’S A “CORPORATE BUYOUT SPECIALIST” HE TOOK HIS BRAND OF JOB CRETION TO THE STATE HOUSE IN MA, AND THE RESULTS?

      1. FEWER JOBS
      2. MORE DEBT
      3. BIGGER GOVERNMENT

      HIS STRATEGY IS NOT ABOUT LONG -TERM GROWTH.

      ROMNEY HAS 2 SETS OF RULES. 1. ONE FOR THE TOP 2. ONE FOR EVERYONE ELSE. IT DIDN’T WORK THEN, AND IT WON’T WORK NOW.

  4. Pingback: The Romney campaign’s surreal arguments about the economy – The Plum Line – The Washington Post « Ye Olde Soapbox

  5. Ametia says:

    Mitt Romney claims his experience as a “corporate buyout specialist” will bring positive economic results for the nation. He made the same economic promises when he ran for governor of Massachusetts that he makes today – that job creation would pick up, the debt would go down, taxes and spending would be reduced and the size of government would shrink. But Romney Economics actually resulted in slower job creation, more debt, bigger government and cuts to programs essential to the middle class. It didn’t work in then, and it won’t work now.

  6. Ametia says:

    Fiscal Policy Report Card on America’s Governors: 2006

    Mitt Romney (R)

    Massachusetts

    55

    C

    http://www.cato.org/pubs/pas/pa581/reportcard_table.html

  7. Ametia says:

    Hi Brother Juseppi. Thank you for all that you do too!

    The media is going after the shiny objects *looking@utrumpthechumpracistbirther*

    They are trying to distract from BAIN, TAX RETURNS, & Mitt Romney’s ABYSMAL RECORD as MA GOVERNOR, and are NOT ASKING MITT ROMNEY REAL QUESTIONS AND HOLDING HIM ACCOUNTABLE FOR ANSWERING THEM!

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