Mitt Romney has staked his Presidential credentials on his business experience. The former Bain Capital executive is an exceedingly wealthy man whose net worth is estimated in the hundreds of millions. His challenge is to convince average Americans who are struggling economically that he understands their concerns.
In an OpEd entitled, What I Learned at Bain Capital, published in the Wall Street Journal, the Republican nominee made the case why he is the best person qualified to lead America’s economic rebound. Romney says that his business experience taught him “how to help companies grow—and what to do when trouble arises.”
Romney cited Staples as a store that he helped create and expand while he was at Bain Capital. And he claimed that his experience at Bain helped him turn around the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City and transform a budget deficit into a surplus while he was governor of Massachusetts. This is the heart of his argument why he would be able to “fix our economy, create jobs and get things done in Washington.”
“A good idea is not enough for a business to succeed,” Romney wrote. “It requires a talented team, a good business plan and capital to execute it.”
In working with entrepreneurs on a daily basis, I could not agree more.
Romney says that he would:
• make it easier for
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