Some of the other republican candidates have been wrongly accused of attacking capitalism when it comes to Mitt Romney.
These are not attacks against capitalism but attacks against crony capitalism. Attacks against the ruling elite. Attacks against the Federal Reserve and United States government micro-managing the economy.
Romney uses flowery conservative speech like "financial freedom" and unleashing the entrepreneurial spirit. That's all fine and good but he is supported by the very same people / banks / corporations that trashed our economy.
To me Romney sounds as if he's living in a dream world. One in which the United States has the ability to once again create some magical economic bubble with which to reflate the American economy with ever more debt / credit expansion.
He defends the Federal Reserve Bank and seems to think we can all just pretend it's 2005/2006 again and ramp up the predatory lending and usury models once again to reflate the ponzi economy with yet another bubble, boom / bust cycle.
Here are his top campaign contributors according to OpenSecrets
Goldman Sachs $367,200
Credit Suisse Group $203,750
Morgan Stanley $199,800
HIG Capital $186,500
Kirkland & Ellis $132,100
Bank of America $126,500
EMC Corp $117,300
JPMorgan Chase & Co $112,250
The Villages $97,500
Vivint Inc $80,750
Marriott International $79,837
Sullivan & Cromwell $79,250
Bain Capital $74,500
UBS AG $73,750
Wells Fargo $61,500
Blackstone Group $59,800
Citigroup Inc $57,050
Bain & Co $52,500
By comparison, to me anyway, voting for Ron Paul is a no brainer!
Ron Paul is for sound money, not worthless fiat paper.
Ron Paul says sure America will defend herself if messed with but lets end the constant military meddling with country's all over the world.