Perry, Romney offer contrasting approaches
to job creation in GOP race
Aug-17-2011--The opening days of Texas Gov. Rick Perry’s campaign for the Republican presidential nomination have revealed a stark contrast between his approach to reviving the economy and that of the presumed front-runner, Mitt Romney.
Each candidate pitches himself as the one with the skills and experience necessary to create jobs, the issue that voters consider paramount. But their records as job creators are very different, as are most other aspects of their biographies. Some experts said that both experiences are valuable but that neither is a perfect fit.
What matters more, they said, is whether the candidates have sound proposals to deal with the country’s big problems.
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