"...The speech had gaps. I would have preferred...specific(s)...".Me too.
The only way Romney/Ryan can make good on all these promises -- Economic growth, Cutting taxes, Increased Military spending, and creating 12 Million NEW jobs -- is to use the old GOP handbook
of economic development and that is to start wars, and as many as possible.And by what they say, and don't say -- all indications are just that.War!NO THANKS!
Sure, great domestic agenda, I you think it wise to kill the safety net,
privatize medicare and social security, wipe out medicaid and cook and eat big
Romney leading Obama in "favorability" ratings?The
"favorability" ratings that carry the most weight with me are the ones
in Massachusetts, where Romney served as governor, and in Michigan, where he
grew up and where his father was governor. In both states, he trails Obama by a
wide margin. Also, in Illinois, the state that likely knows Obama best, voters
support the president by a wide margin.By the way, Michael: Nice job
of trying to downplay the deceptive, evasive repositioning by Romney.
And Joe Bidens' that much better.
Ayn Rand wants her philosophy back. Ryan can hire Ann Coulter the darling of Fox
as his domestic policy advisor.
In other words, Ryan recited the Republican talking points but gave no specifics
about how they would be addressed. Typical.