You totally missed the point. The US government and the economy is a lot like a giant company, not a "business". That is why Obama's current cabinet includes several former and current CEO's of huge global companies. Warren Buffet and Jeff Immulet are a few examples.
Tell me why the government is so different than a huge global company?
I think the main argument is that the government's mandate is to help the people, whereas a company's mandate is to generate profit for shareholders.
However, I completely agree with you, in that Romney will certainly be better at handling economic issues than Obama. The thing about him working in a PE (which people REALLY don't understand) is that, he has experience with gauging efficiency of companies and knows how to restructure. The current budget crisis is analogous to a failing company that as a high amount of debt in need of restructuring. I believe Romney is capable of knowing where to cut spending in order to at least alleviate the huge debt. Obama had no experience in finance, nor business, and has demonstrated that he is unable to even find people who are capable of fixing the issues, thus, he has to go.
The only problem I have is that his conservative social views are ridiculous. On the other hand, I suspect he might be a lot less conservative than people believe. Though that doesn't matter, as he is bound by his party's doctrines to vote a certain way, less he lose all his votes the next election cycle.
Still don't know who to vote for...