Mitt Romney will likely create thousands, maybe tens of thousands, hundreds of thousands, or potentially millions of jobs if he is able to claim the presidential seat, and here's how: It will be much in the same way the Bush administration did. Through the creation and prolonging of more war, the Romney house will be able to provide employment to thousands more Americans, than the current administration is providing. There is the caveat, though, that potentially thousands will die in the process, but the positive side to that reality is (you guessed it)more jobs, as their will be many boots to fill as more and more American soldiers fall on the front lines. Also, their could be another potential oil boom for American oil companies if the administration decides to invade Iran, or perhaps even Saudi soil. Just look at how well Dick Cheaney's company, Haliburton, did after the invasion of Iraqi oil fields. Of course we all know that Bin Laden or weapons of mass destruction were never found there, but Haliburton gained well over 1000% between 2001, when the administration began it's plans for invasion, and 2008. Most didn't fair as well as Cheaney himself from the invasion, but many investors got rich from the deal, and many more were paid a good wage for putting their lives at stake. A few other construction companies including Bechtel also did very well in the rebuilding of the country, all dollars provided by tax paying citizens. Another way in which the Romney administration will create jobs, may seem at first to be counter intuitive, but by cutting American jobs, and letting American companies go bankrupt, China will step in and sell the same products [that we have been producing] to us and the rest of the world. The caveat here is that it is China, and not America, who will benefit the most from job growth, but it will be job growth none the less. IF Romney is able to sell it to the American people and actually take office, investors would be wise to buy in almost immediately to the Shanghai Index (SHCOMP), as gains should be substantial. If you are like me, then you may be quite disgusted by the harsh realities we face by the results of this election. That's why I'm asking you to do the right thing and re-elect our president, Barack Obama, so that more senseless blood will not be shed, and so that we might continue to progress as a better people, a better nation, and a better world.