Mitt Romney has put in his application to be the leader of the free world. The question now is what is the plan if he wins? What are his legislative priorities? What does Mitt Romney believe?
Well, we know he thinks taxes should be cut for the rich, but as far as his tax rate is concerned – you don’t need to know.
We know he made his money at Bain Capital but how would that translate to his presidency? Mitt would rather not talk about it. Bain should be off the table.
We know he is a man of faith but what his views are or how they might influence his presidency, Mitt would prefer to keep that to himself.
We know he made changes in the health care system in Massachusetts which were the basis for the Affordable Care Act but what is his plan for a the federal health care system? It is not the same as the ACA nor is it the same as his running mate Paul Ryan’s plan, but the two are on the same page, but it is not the time to discuss specifics.
We know he has a budget that claims to make deep cuts to some programs, expand some programs, cut some taxes, and cut the deficit, but what specifically will be cut and expanded – the details aren’t important, just trust Mitt.
We know he blames Obama for everything that is wrong in the country but what will he do differently? All of the things you like and none of the things you don’t.
We know he thinks immigration is an issue that needs to be addressed. His policy: He’ll “find a long term solution.”
We know from his interview on the Today Show that he likes to read. When asked what newspapers and magazines he reads, he said “all of them.”
I understand that Mitt Romney would rather run against Barack Obama than on his own ideas, but I find it odd that a group that hated the idea of “passing the bill so you find out what’s in it” supports the candidate that stands for nothing in particular until you elect him.