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Romney: 'Audacity of Hope'

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Mitt Romney wants to steal Obama's ongoing 'Audacity of Hope', slow in translation over the past 4 years recovering from the financial disaster delivered the nation in 2008 by the Republicans, inherited wars, and the failed 'congressional legislative grid-lock experiment' of 2010-2012.

A wealthy businessman, Romney and the corporate money pacs enabled by the 'citizens united' Ruling of 2010, are 'renting the Republican party' as a roadway to pay homage with a high return on their money to the global money-cartel.
They propose in all they do, to tax the 99% to coddle the broad 1%.
Wall-Street remains occupied, as 2.8 billion people live on less than $2 per head per day under the current 'free-market', leading to 30,000 daily global poverty deaths, and the downtrodden have the audacity to hope they will be granted human rights on their minimum needs and American citizens would no longer turn away from the issue requiring them to be 'within the shores', which is an impossibility for them. 
Under 'globalization', informational, cultural, and financial borders have been erased, questioning the historical record of massive distinctions in levels of consumption; leadership requirement: be kind, not just to some, but all.
This is the main story to be told, the suffering of a globalized population and solutions thereto; not that of the ability of a 'Romney / Ryan' team to package the 'audacity of hope' in a self-centered context of choice for this election that would be used if elected to deliver profits such as that at Bain Capital to the 1% and the money-cartel, alienating them further from the people; a bad step for humankind.
What is right for the people, is 'Obama's Audacity of Hope' and concern for each in the village.
Let's make it 'Our Day' on Nov. 6, 2012.
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