The New York Post on Thursday endorsed Republican Mitt Romney for president in an editorial with the banner headline “Mitt Will Get the Jobs Done.”
The Post — owned by Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp. — has the 7th largest circulation among American newspapers. In its editorial, The Post states: “Four frustratingly long years ago, a war-weary and economically battered America took a flier on a savior.
“It didn’t work out.”
It goes on to say: “America needs more than hope. It needs leadership. That is why The Post today endorses the candidacy of Mitt Romney for president.”
The editorial cites the “demonstrated inability” of President Obama to cope with the economy, a “sky-high” national debt, “intractable” unemployment, an “historic expansion” of welfare programs, a “cataclysmic breakdown of U.S. leadership” in the Middle East, and an “unworkable healthcare boondoggle.”
“Can Mitt Romney really turn all this around,” The Post asks.“Yes he can.”
In the debates The Post says America saw in Romney “a man with the experience, the temperament, the principles and the knowledge to address America’s economic woes instead of just blaming others.“Romney for president.”
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