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Mitt Romney's proof he is a true entrepreneur


In Romney's case, I imagine him as an entrepreneur who takes me atop a hill overlooking a large estate. A young woman rides a high-stepping black stallion around a corral fenced in white below. He smiles broadly at me, puts one arm warmly around my shoulders and stretches his other arm toward the estate below. He says to me with a broad smile and a sincere heart, "If you will work  hard and be committed to me for twenty years. If you will neglect your family and sacrifice your health. If you will do everything I ask. Then, all  you see before you will be mine."