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No Apology: Believe in America Paperback – February 1, 2011
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“Here is an accomplished executive in the private and public sectors who has done his homework. If he runs again for president in 2012, most of his agenda is on the record from the start.” ―The Washington Times
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Mitt Romney is an American businessman and former governor of Massachusetts. Romney was a candidate for the Republican nomination in the 2008 United States presidential election.
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We've become jaded as a nation regarding America and politics in this country. Politicians who promise the world but fail to deliver has become the status quo. We accept that as a given. We know that when we vote, we are choosing the lesser of two evils. Not so with Mitt Romney. After reading this book, I trust him implicitly to make the right decisions for this country and for the world.
Romney knows what he is talking about when it comes to domestic and foreign policy. He puts forth solutions to our most devastating problems in this country---solutions based on his extensive experience, research, collaboration with specialists, and bipartisan thinking. Romney doesn't accept the popular ignorant assumptions that are so pervasive in this country. He doesn't bow to special interests. And he doesn't accept the status quo.
I hope Romney's bipartisan vision for this country is something for which we all strive. I wish many Americans weren't so full of hate toward opposing views that they are unwilling to even listen. Instead they demonize and drown out opposing views with a cacophony of libelous attacks. In contrast, the Romney way of working together to get things done is a model for this country and for individuals. He believes in America. So should we all.
imponderables,unknown factors,this election is up for grabs. His main advantage is his recourse to the origins of america,and devising a policy and platform and their to relocate what america should be,something his opponents he finds are not doing,since they have all been in government too long,and he will tell you that is the approach which he outlines in this book,to reverse the decline.The book is dated in terms of the military..iraq...afghanistan...and we dont know how his views have changed..Trump and paul in the republican camp have taken different points of view from him,,,and obama may score points for taking up some of these views...also military establishments in other parts of the world may have been cut for unknown reasons. Any election is up for grabs and everyone should read this as well as obama's book although they may be dated..Obama is still a seasoned opponent good debator and has made many changes in his views since the debacle in greece..who can predict this election?
"No Apology" presents Romney's analysis of the world situation and many of his plans to restore American greatness. It is not an autobiography, a la Dreams from My Father: A Story of Race and Inheritance, where the reader is "treated" to all the ups & downs of poor Barry's childhood and adolescence. "No Apology" is an analysis of the domestic and world situation, followed by plans to deal with the problems discovered. I suspect it is the sort of document Mitt Romney got used to creating as a top-tier consultant, then CEO, and then rescuer of the scandal-tainted Olympics in Salt Lake City.
He was successful at all these things, by the way, and most of his life has been executive experience, not counting the many hours of unpaid service to those in need or in trouble.
In short, the book is fairly heavy reading, though most people should be able to get through it pretty easily. It definitely answers the question of what Mitt Romney will do as President.
Very high recommendation indeed!