Mitt Romney said that. I'm going to surprise all of my readers and say, I agree with Willard.
I worked for a company in Greensboro, NC when I first got out of the Marine Corps. I was hired as a security guard. The company also ran janitorial services. The business I worked at was an insurance company, staffed by mostly young women, this being in the early nineties when men still enjoyed manly work. One of the young ladies came to me one evening and told me that one of the other security guards was creeping out the girls, making verbal advances as he walked them to their cars. She said that some of the girls were starting to get scared he might take advantage of the fact that he was alone with them in a dark parking lot.
I went to the boss and told him I wanted to fire the guy, but he told me not to. He said that firing him would cause his unemployment insurance to go up. Bullshit. You are charged with providing a secure and comfortable workplace, and the people you are securing are scared of you? I fired the guy anyway.
Mittens said he liked being able to fire people that provided services to him, that if they weren't getting the job done, he wanted to be rid of them to allow someone else to give it a shot. I absolutely agree, and I hate Willard.
Vote Santorum. He's a real conservative.