Mitt Romney’s Plan is that He Won’t Tell You His Plan

Political Dog said to News Kitty, "Did you hear about when Romney strapped his dog Seamus to the top of his station wagon for 12 hours?" Photo Credit: Dog and Cat by sskennel on flickr cc

Political Dog said to News Kitty, “Did you hear about when Romney strapped his dog Seamus to the top of his station wagon for 12 hours?” Photo Credit: Dog and Cat by sskennel on flickr cc

The Plans Mitt Keeps Secret

The United States needs real leadership, not just a multi-million dollar slick ad campaign with Karl Rove-like tactics to sell you a candidate.

Mitt Romney Refuses to Reveal Details of his “Plans” on Health Care, Taxes and Education

Mitt Romney wants to be President and he attacks President Obama on everything, but Romney refuses to tell people exactly what he would do differently if elected. Romney does admit that he won’t tell the public his plans because they might not like what he wants to do. And if Americans aren’t thrilled with his “plans” for health care reform, which would mean severely cutting medicaid for example, then they might decide voting for him would be worse for them, their family and for America.

Mitt Romney and his “I Won’t Tell you My Plan” or pick whatever you want because I’ve been on both sides of the issues – all the time:

Romney’s plan is that he doesn’t want to risk letting voters know what he would do if he got in office because they would be upset by it. Romney speaks in vague generalities so people believe whatever they want. I hope voters are wise enough to see through Romney’s election game and realize that voting for him would be like falling through a black hole in space. No one knows what really is on the other side.

Mitt Romney and Karl Rove Use Misleading Talking Points

One of the people leading the charge on accumulating millions of dollars for unsavory and misleading attack ads for their opponents is Karl Rove of Crossroads GPS. Rove, a frequent commentator on Fox News deliberately creates his own version of reality which is based on half-truths and Rovian facts.

A Rovian so-called “fact” could be defined as a set of hot button talking points designed to manipulate the viewer through deceptive language and annoying anchoring or erasing hand gesture techniques.

Continuing with Mitt Romney’s Lack of Clear Plans

Do you want to vote for someone who flip flops on what he will do for Americans?

Do you want to vote for someone who only blames his opponent and who if elected would return to the same failed policies that brought on the 2008 Recession under G. W. Bush?

Freeze Dog sympathizes with Romney's Irish Setter, Seamus, who had to ride for 12 hours in a kennel while the poor dog wasn't feeling well. Photo Credit: Freeze Dog and Kitty by joshme17 on flickr cc

Freeze Dog sympathizes with Romney’s Irish Setter, Seamus, who had to ride for 12 hours in a kennel on top of the family station wagon while the poor dog wasn’t feeling well. Photo Credit: Freeze Dog and Kitty by joshme17 on flickr cc

Do you want to vote for someone who strapped his Irish Setter, Seamus, to the top of his station wagon for 12 hours when he traveled from Boston to Ontario? The dog after traveling many hours in a kennel on top of the station wagon going 60 mph, started leaking brown liquid all over the car. The poor dog had gastrointestinal problems.  Romney pulled off the highway, hosed off the mess and his sick dog with water, and then got back on the road to drive for many many grueling hours with his dog still in his kennel on top of the station wagon.

If Romney treats his beloved dog this way when the dog was sick, how would he treat real folks who need health care?

Ezra Klein of the Washington Post said in his recent article, “Romney’s health care plan – or lack thereof”:

On Tuesday, Mitt Romney gave a speech in Orlando outlining his plan to “repeal and replace” the Affordable Care Act. Normally, the rest of this post would go into mind-numbingly granular detail on Romney’s plan. But as of now, there aren’t enough details to go into.



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