Romney Unveils 5-Point Plan To Fix Economy

CeeKay
CeeKay
http://denver.cbslocal.com/2012/08/02/romney-unveils-5-point-plan-to-fix-economy-during-colorado-campaign-stop/

Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney used a campaign stop in Colorado to unveil a five point plan to fix the economy.

Romney made stops in Golden and Basalt on Thursday talking to thousands of Coloradans.

He spoke at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds in Golden at about 11:45 a.m. Thursday. Romney stopped in Basalt Thursday afternoon.

“What I want to lay out for you specifically what we’re going to do. It’s five things,” said Romney.

He called it “The Romney Plan for a Stronger Middle Class” and outlined a strategy that included energy independence, improving education, increasing trade, lowering the deficit and helping small business.


um... isn't that the same stuff everyone runs on Mitt?

Comments

  • Ironrod
    Ironrod
    GT Member
    You gotta go with the proven winners. Every president since Nixon has called for energy independence.

    It's not the specifics that matter, it's having five simple bumper-sticker points that everybody agrees with.
  • Pyperkub
    Pyperkub
    GT Member
    on 1344050357:

    You gotta go with the proven winners. Every president since Nixon has called for energy independence.

    It's not the specifics that matter, it's having five simple bumper-sticker points that everybody agrees with.


    He is generic Republican. There is nothing different from the Bush agenda there.

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  • Eel Snave
    Eel Snave
    GT Member
    Yeah, the devil is in the details. The question becomes, "How? What exactly are you going to do that's markedly different than what Obama is going to do? And don't just say, 'repeal Obamacare,' because that's not an answer."
  • rshetts2
    rshetts2
    GT Member
    on 1344050357:

    You gotta go with the proven winners. Every president since Nixon has called for energy independence.

    It's not the specifics that matter, it's having five simple bumper-sticker points that everybody agrees with.


    You are correct, sir! Heres John Stewart, discussing our drive for energy independence: http://www.thedailyshow.com/watch/wed-june-16-2010/an-energy-independent-future
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