The 'Undercover Boss' Syndrome

The 'Undercover Boss' Syndrome

Washington : DC : USA | May 01, 2012 at 6:22 PM PDT
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On the show 'Undercover Boss,' a different CEO goes undercover in his or her company in order to gain a better understanding of how the business works and to figure out why the profits are not as good as they should be.

What the CEOs discovers is that they are totally clueless in regards to what their employees have to deal with on a daily basis at their jobs and their struggles at home. After being hit with a dose of reality, the CEO brings in all of the employees that he or she worked with and gives them the financial solutions needed so that they are then able to deal with their circumstances.

The eventual GOP candidate, former Mass. Gov. Mitt Romney, suffers from 'Undercover Boss' syndrome. He's great at dealing with numbers and figures from a financial worksheet, but he is completely out of touch with what the people of the nation are really going through. The challenge for him is that he has six months to eliminate that stigma from the political spotlight.

However, that syndrome became even bigger today as he was forced to make one of his campaign aides resign. Richard Grenell was his foreign policy spokesman appointed to the campaign about two weeks ago. He had extensive amount of foreign policy experience as he worked under the administration of former Pres. George W. Bush.

Nevertheless, the conservative Republican base did not approve of this appointment because Grenell is openly gay. If Romney was in touch with the conservatives, then he wouldn't have even appointed Grenell to his campaign. By being out of touch, Romney created another gaffe.

To put Romney to the test to really prove that he is cured of the 'Undercover Boss' syndrome, I have put his campaign to the test. Here is the challenge. He will be able to gain my vote and my endorsement on Election Day if his campaign promotes my blog so that I reach two million views by 5/22/12. If not, then it continues to prove that him and his campaign are completely out of touch.

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Adrian Holman is based in Joliet, Illinois, United States of America, and is an Anchor on Allvoices.
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