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The Romney-Ryan Plan for America. This notion so alarmed the public last year that Mr. Ryan was forced to backtrack and leave the existing Medicare system as an option. Even so, the plan would leave older Americans on average with $6,400 in extra costs by 2022, according to the Congressional Budget Office.
President Obama share's his thoughts on what the Romney-Ryan economic plan really does for middle-class Americans.
Romney's Game Plan. Mitt Romney is laying the groundwork for 2012.
His post-game advice to football fans/voters, when it comes to the Romney-Ryan game plan: "Punt it away. It won't work. It won't win the game.
PRESIDENT Barack Obama has spoken to union members in Ohio on the Labor Day holiday, urging them to reject Mitt Romney's economic plan. AAPSeptember 4, 20126:46am. PRESIDENT Barack Obama has told Americans to punt away Mitt Romney's economic game plan, in a new swipe at his Republican rival on the road to this week's Democratic National Convention.
Turning to Romney's weekend football metaphor, Obama offered a lengthy sports-infused rebuttal, telling the union workers that on first down, Romney would hike taxes by nearly $2,000 on an average family with children.
"I’ve got one piece of advice for you about the Romney-Ryan game plan, Ohio," Obama said. "Punt it away. It won’t work. It won’t win the game. You don’t need that coach.
It's quite obvious the only "game plan" they have is to obstruct anything even vaguely Democratic. Reply to this post. Back to ... but I don't see any kind of 'master plan' in play. Palin/Romney/Ryan should be evidence enough of that. Even the IRS 'scandal' is starting to hurt them just like Benghazi did. Except with their base. That's the only ...
President Barack Obama told union workers to take opponent Mitt Romney's plan and 'punt it away' President Barack Obama told union workers to take opponent Mitt Romney's plan and 'punt it away'
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