Mitt Romney is a remarkable fellow. He wants to be president, and to be president he must tell working class people that his policies will grow jobs in America, allowing them to participate in the American dream. Yet his personal wealth was built from a business model that sends jobs overseas.
This dissonance, rather than giving him pause, seems to be consistent with the alternate universe he lives in. He nurtures job growth, the only problem is that it is on another continent.
"The shock of losing a precious job in a town afflicted by high unemployment is always hard. A foundation for a stable family life and secure home instantly disappears, replaced with a future filled with fears over health insurance, missed mortgage payments and the potential for a slip below the breadline.