What’s the topic for the day? That seems to be what the Romney campaign is good at. They pick a topic for the day that could get them media coverage and they concentrate on that, until the next hot topic is on the table.
That is bad news for Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan. They have not laid out a specific platform except for “Economy and more jobs.” What does that really mean to regular people like you and me? Nothing much.
When asked for details, they seem to either back off and not provide it or choose another topic unrelated to the issue being discussed at hand. This Wednesday’s debate is going to be very interesting.
Paul Ryan is not helping Romney create a clear path on what their plans are if they are able to win and take office in November. Since the hot topic for the week is tax cuts for the middle class, he rides on its coattails and as usual, if you ask him for the details of their plan – his response? “‘It would take me too long to go through all the math.’”
“Romney has promised $5 trillion in tax cuts skewed toward millionaires and billionaires, but refused to say how he’d pay for them without raising taxes on the middle class or exploding the deficit. He’s promised to repeal ObamaCare, but refused to say what he’d replace it with to protect the 129 million Americans with pre-existing conditions. He’s promised to repeal Wall Street reform, but refused to say what he’d replace it with so that big banks aren’t writing their own rules again.” – Obama campaign.
If they don’t start outlining and detailing their plans, I wish them the best of luck in November. No one will vote for a candidate who is vague of everything. No one.