How many voters who have no faith in anything Romney says assert that they will vote for him because his business experience may help him lead the country out of the economic doldrums?
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Perhaps running a government like a business isn't the best idea ever.
Romney's main pitch is that because of his business experience he will make an excellent president. And that because President Obama did not have business experience, he is not an excellent president. But there is a fallacy in this logic.
Setting aside the arcane details of the tax-avoidance tactics in question, it's worth pausing to note what an extraordinary view we're seeing in this election of a particular way of doing business.
"I like being able to fire people who provide services to me" may well become Mitt Romney's most memorable line, if only because he actually meant it.
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