Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Game Plan on Mitt Romney…

Now that Mitt can be assumed the GOP nominee it is time to set the vision for the country.

Mitt must bring every media question back to the Obama record. For example: Media asks: Mitt – how can you support plans that attack women’s rights? I want to help woman who are struggling under this oppressive Obama economy fill up their gas tanks for less by creating common sense energy policies, help woman send their kids to college by improving employment opportunities that have been abysmal for the past three years under this president, and I want to strengthen the family by getting government out of their lives and reducing the burdens this administration has created through its inflationary policies making food, clothing and housing more expensive for every American family. We can’t afford this president’s vision for the country and his last three years is only the beginning. (you get the idea)

Mitt must create the vision of the future Reagan was so good at. Here is what I would have him say if I were his speech writer:

Mitt: I see a country where dreamers can dream big and expect that if they pursue their dreams they will be rewarded by the market and praised by my administration for creating hope for every American.

I see a country where the government is a reflection of the values of the people it serves. A government that respects the constitution, the individuals, and the principles of limited government to provide each American with an equal opportunity to be successful.

I see a country that leads in the world through a strong military that will do what is necessary to keep us safe from the evil in the world. We will support our friends and punish our enemies. We will destroy the training camps of any Muslim terrorists but we will not spend our blood and treasure nation building where we are not wanted. The military will serve the interests of this nation and her people. The people serving will be shown the respect they deserve.

I see a country of united Americans around the founding principles that have made us great. I expect to serve only one term because the transition to un-transform this nation from the current policies will be difficult but worth the effort. The future of this country is too bright and important to calculate a re-election strategy. My reelection will be determined by my success proving that our founders were correct when they said “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.”

We will remember happiness again, we will achieve prosperity again, and we will lead the world again by unleashing the great people of this nation from the bonds of an over-zealous federal government.”

This is how every American wins…

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