Romney hasn’t given the public reason to trust him

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  1. Big D says:

    The reason there is no transparency in government is because one side is all too eager to take any tidbit of information and spin it negatively to attack the other side. 

  2. GFA says:

    I agree with Dr. J; there are very few politicians that the public can trust on either side of the aisle.  It never ceases to amaze me, however, what they say and do just to get those votes, especially Gingrich and Romney.

    As distrustful as politicians are, even if there is major campaign reform and getting rid of Citizens United, it seems there will always be some way for them to be bought and paid for.  (See article below, which may have been referenced at some other time.)

    http://theeconomiccollapseblog.com/archives/12-facts-about-money-and-congress-that-are-so-outrageous-that-it-is-hard-to-believe-that-they-are-actually-true

      

  3. qofdisks says:

    Radically Odd?  Pretty non-descript.  I do think he has Libertarian leanings but, not to the extent of Gary Johnson.

  4. Dr. J says:

    True Heath, but then again what politician has given us reason to trust them?  You point out Obama falls far from the mark on transparency and open government, as does Newt, Rick, and most all professional pols.  But Paul is pretty open, he is just too radically odd for most Americans, but he is open about his odd ideas and isn’t hiding anything.