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  •  Funny thing Mittster..... (3+ / 0-)

    I been wanting to ask you the same question for months now.  Nobody in the media seems to think it is important.

    Just what IS your jobs plan?  You have said that on Day One of your Presidency you will begin focusing on jobs, but when it comes to even the vaguest specifics, I am not hearing anything.  

    I do hear a lot of blather:

    (For those with low bandwidth all you need to know is that it is 60 seconds of Mitt blah blah as a voice track under shots of waving grain and a kid playing with a baseball.)

    but not an iota of specifics about anything.  You want reality, look at the Ryan budget plan which Paul Krugman has labeled a fraud

    "The plan's a fraud," he said on Sunday. "The plan is a big bunch of tax cuts, some specified spending cuts, basically for poor people, and then a huge magic asterisk which is supposed to turn into a deficit reduction plan, but, in fact, if you look what's actually in it, it's a deficit-increasing plan."

    He continued, "That there is really no plan there, neither from Ryan, nor from Governor Romney, is just the truth ... if that's being harsh and partisan, gosh, then I guess the truth is anti-bipartisanship."

    Krugman was responding to Romney adviser's claim that the GOP presidential nominee believes the Ryan plan is "the right direction."

    Free markets would be a great idea, if markets were actually free.

    by dweb8231 on Wed Jun 06, 2012 at 10:54:10 AM PDT

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