Last night President of the United States Barack Obama took podium for his State of the Union Address, but Mitt Romney does not seem pleased at all. So much so he took to Facebook and Twitter to share what he thought.
The 2012 GOP presidential nominee posted and tweeted the statement because he feels the President of the United States is about politics rather than leadership. He also went on to say Obama is intent on winning elections rather than winning progress.
He then moves on to say the United States has elected a ‘Congress that favors smaller government and lower taxes.’ Mitt Romney also mentions that the Barack Obama makes “bridge to nowhere” rather than bridging the gap between parties. Is this the case of a missed opportunity to lead?
Obama is setting new targets and proposals when it comes to taxes, but Romney believes these proposals are a maze of new taxes and complexities. Mitt Romney believes this is all straightforward; the answer is to simplify the tax code and lower the rates.
Do you agree or disagree with Mitt Romney statement on Obama’s SOTU Address?