Today Obama attacked Mitt Romney again regarding Romney's association with Bain Capital. Obama says he's making a point thay Romney's experience making stockholders money has nothing to do with qualifications to maintain a growing economy for decades and making sure that economic activity is fair, like Obama said his job entails. Not only is this a lame campaign tactic, it's indicative of the statist mindset possessed by Obama and all other meddling politicians who have stopped our economy in its tracks, basically, not counting the small growth that's bound to happen in an American economy. We should be growing at a very healthy rate at this point, but the previous interventions by meddlers such as Obama have kept growth tepid.
Obama's attack is petty in that it reduces Romney's well rounded experience with the business world to simple profit-making for stockholders. It doesn't matter that Romney was a CEO of a private equity company when it comes to qualifications to be President. Romney possesses leadership and management skills that most people don't possess, and he has gained a deep and broad understanding of how private enterprise operates. These are definitely more pertinent qualifications than professor, community organizer and Sentaor of a year or so. Obama will have to make a better case why he should re-elected, other than Romney was a profit-maker for stockholders.
Obama's attacks on Romney's experience are silly, actually, when you consider Obama's unfathomable rise to President. The attack will be seen as the diversion it is. It's becoming commonly accepted now that the Obama-team attacks on Romney are all diversions to avoid discussing his, Obama's, record in office. As more and more voters witness these diversions, it will make Obama look weak and petty. Voters who aren't partisan automatons will want good reasons to put Obama back in office, and, so far, Obama is not giving them any.