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Published: Thursday, April 5 2012 12:15 a.m. MDT

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Esquire
Springville, UT

I'm still waiting for Romney to provide a reason to vote for him. No plans, no ideas, no vision. Just saying the other guy stinks is a pretty poor reason to vote for Romney.

Ms.W
South Jordan, UT

@Esquire You must have missed Romney's winning speech the other night, his vision for America was crystal clear.

Esquire
Springville, UT

@ Ms.W, I heard platitudes and attacks. No real ideas. Just a couple of weeks ago, Romney said he wouldn't tell us his plans or people would not vote for him. That pretty much says it all. The guy does not being pinned down. Adoration does not fill in the blanks, though some seem to think it does.

Ms.W
South Jordan, UT

I'm sorry to hear that's all you got from his speech...one of your ears must have been plugged.

You mean "no real ideas" that personally appeal to you...

There are plenty of resources out there for the average voter to be informed about these candidates. There's no excuse for not knowing their policies and core values. You're inciting Mitt Romney must have something to hide, therefore he's not fit for President. Let me know when you discover what he must be hiding.....

Ms.W
South Jordan, UT

I forgot to add one more thing... It's funny you would mention adoration. That's exactly how barack obama was elected...solely on adoration. He was a community organizer with zero substance, and was being honored for doing absolutely nothing. Instead of taking heed and actually investigating what others were saying about his record and what kind of individuals he surrounded himself with ( Wright, Ayers), people chose to praise him because it was the popular thing to do.

Before his election, I remember opening up the newspaper one morning, and turned to a page where a gold mint coin in honor of barack obama was being offered to the public...his picture stamped right on it. It was so over the top, and frankly I found it offensive. Isn't this supposed to happen after the Presidency, when honorable things have been accomplished as President?

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