Published: October 17, 2012
American Small Business League: Governor Romney Could Have Won the Debate If He Focused on President Obama's Track Record on Small Business and Transparency
PETALUMA, Calif. - (BUSINESS WIRE) - The following is a statement by American Small Business League President, Lloyd Chapman:
According to most polls and news coverage, President Obama won Tuesday
night's debate. But If Mitt Romney had challenged the President's track
record for small businesses and transparency, he would have delivered a
knockout punch to President Obama.
President Obama delivers unending rhetoric about his commitment to
rebuild and invest in the middle class. But the truth is his
administration has diverted billions of dollars in federal funds that by
law should be going to small businesses to some of the biggest companies
around the world.
To read the complete release at NewsBlaze,
Romney Could Have Won Debate By Focus on Obama Track Record on Small Business, Transparency,
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