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Romney Didn't Make the Sale

Mary453 Wrote: Sep 01, 2012 3:42 PM
I really wish these political analysts would get into a positive mode of thought about this election, Mitt Romney, the Republican Party and the platform, all conservatives and the people as a whole. I've had enough of this and their overanalyzing everything from both parties. Get a grip! Ever since Mitt Romney has become the main player for the Republican Party, the media kept forcing us to believe that he's a cold, greedy, out of touch and not connecting with the public type of person; he needs to show his heart-felt human side. Well, on Thursday, he did just that. You asked for it and got it. Now, they're complaining that he showed us his higher self too much. Give him a chance!
janders Wrote: Sep 01, 2012 6:39 PM
continued...let states make the choice on Obamacare and eliminate the mandate (BIG ONE), is PRO-business (will reduce the outlandish regulatory burdens currently being placed on businesses & offer incentives rather than disincentives for them), energy (will lift the senseless restrictions on offshore drilling and encourage further exploration and use of domestic petroleum resources, remove the ridiculous stigma on the coal industry, get the Keystone pipeline going). And the list goes on and on. The choice in November is absolutely a no-brainer!
janders Wrote: Sep 01, 2012 6:38 PM
I agree wholeheartedly Mary! Even if Mitt's intention on taxes was only moderately different than Obama's (although we know that in reality it is vastly different), think of the positions the governor takes on a wide variety of other issues important to us like foreign policy (bring the apology tour to a permanent close, re-establish America's place as a leader and not a follower in the world, and return to a proper respect for key allies like Israel), national defense (stop the all-out gutting of our military through dangerous defense cuts, revive talks on missile defense shield with Poland), immigration (someone who will respect the laws of our country and who will back local law enforcement's efforts to enforce them), continued...

Did Mitt Romney make the economic sale at the Republican National Convention? Did he convince people who are living at the margin or unemployed and discouraged that he has the answers to the economy? Frankly, I don't think so.

I do not understand why he did not talk about his 20 percent across-the-board personal tax cut plan that would help the middle class enormously. He never mentioned it, and he went into no detail on the business tax cut plan.

This plan is terrific for competition and global investment. He talked about a jobs tour. I frankly have no...