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June 14, 2012

President Romney's First 100 Days

Topics: Political News and commentaries

The Romney campaign has released a graphic on what a President Romney would do in his first 100 days:

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From repealing and replacing Obamacare to slashing burdensome federal red tape, a Romney Presidency will be anything but more of the same. The first 100 days of a Romney Presidency will be the first 100 days toward getting America back on track and reversing the damages of the last three and a half years. Mitt Romney has the plans to turn our country around and the experience to get the job done.
A good start on spelling out the differences between him and Obama ... but much more, with details, needed ... and repeated often.

Meanwhile, before President Obama spoke today in Cleveland, Mitt Romney spoke for about twenty minutes in Cincinnati, arguing that Obama's record on the economy was dismal.

"Now, you may have heard that President Obama is on the other side of the state and he's going to be delivering a speech on the economy," Romney said. "He's doing that because he hasn't delivered a recovery for the economy. And he's going to be a person of eloquence, as he describes his plans for making the economy better, but don't forget, he's been president for three and a half years. and talk is cheap."

"Action speaks very loud," he added, "and if you want to see the results of his economic policies, look around Ohio, look around the country, and you'll see that a lot of people are hurting."

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He may have forgotten. He talked about a one-term proposition if he couldn't get the economy turned around in three years, but we're going to hold him to his word. Now, I know that he will have all sorts of excuses, and he'll have all sorts of ideas he'll describe about how he'll make things better. But what he says and what he does are not always the exact same thing. And so if people want to know how his economic policies have worked and how they've performed, why they can talk to their neighbor and ask whether things are better.

Posted by Hyscience at June 14, 2012 3:40 PM

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