Northwest Voices | Letters to the Editor
Romney's foreign trip creates more questions and concerns
Unconvinced by Mitt Romney
It has been interesting to see how “Super Romney” has handled his foreign trip [“For Romney, trip ends with more baggage than planned,” page one, Aug. 1]. He who knows all and has all the answers seems to have “foot-in-mouth problems.”
I am always wary of anyone who thinks they are the only answer to any problem. Mitt Romney is not smarter or more experienced than any of a whole bunch of present people in government. He has spoken lavishly about his business background and his ability to fix everything wrong with our government, but I have not heard of any specifics.
Also, when anyone says they know all the answers while they are on the outside, but provides no clue as to what they would do to fix the problems, I simply cannot have confidence in their super ability.
If it were so easy to fix all that is wrong with our government, I would have been done many months ago. I remain unconvinced with Romney.
— Gordon E. Helliwell, Woodinville