Peter Harvey states, “Mitt Romney will say and do what he thinks it takes to get elected.”
I am still waiting to hear anything from Romney on his political stand in the race for U.S. Senate. Romney said in his acceptance speech for the Republican nomination that he would “debate Jenny Wilson from time to time.” But he hasn’t debated Wilson even once. So I can only conclude that Romney thinks his best course in becoming a U.S. senator is to say and do nothing.
Romney’s name is linked with vulture capitalism, the restructuring of ailing companies and selling off of company assets — and, by the way, laying off workers and stripping them of their hard-earned retirement benefits. The practice of vulture capitalism left Romney worth hundreds of millions of dollars.
Tim Aalders for Senate