Mitt Romney Releases First Official Ad, What Would A Romney Presidency Look Like …“Day One”



Mitt Romney has released his first Presidential campaign video ad that very much separates himself from Barack Obama.  In the campaign ad there is no class warfare, no blame Bush, no continued, failed Obama policies … On Day One Romney states he would approve the XL-Keystone pipeline creating 1000′s of jobs that Obama has blocked, introduce pro-growth tax reforms that would reward job creators not punish them, and repeal Obamacare and replace it with common sense health care reform.

Sounds like a much better plan of action than we are presently on. Barack Obama will never be able to defend his last four years, Romney offers a welcome and much necessary change.

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    4 Responses to “Mitt Romney Releases First Official Ad, What Would A Romney Presidency Look Like …“Day One””

    1. barbreee on May 19th, 2012 1:08 pm

      Sounds good to me.

    2. kitt on May 19th, 2012 2:02 pm

      & put together a comprehensive energy plan as well!
      SM: Agreed.

    3. NGBoston on May 20th, 2012 5:06 pm

      I have volunteered to go work in Campaign Headquarters here in Mass.

      He may not be endearing to all, but Romney will and CAN start to change the shape of America. He will need at least 8 years to even make a dent in all that has been ruined in 4 years, but I am committing to him, my vote and my time.

      GO MITT! I only hope he makes a wise choice for his VP pick, that is going to be important.

      New Girl Boston, MA

    4. sean on July 10th, 2012 8:34 am

      This ad doesn’t do anything for those individuals who feel that the Keystone pipeline is a mistake. The project would actually only resulting in roughly 5000-6000 jobs across Alberta and 6 states. The projected work admittedly doesn’t provide as much employment roles as it once said, and many of those roles would be filled by current Keystone employees. It would weaken Canada’s economy and as a result create a weaker partner for the US to interact with. The costs incurred by tapping sand-oil is 3 times greater compared to other oil extraction methods and it is arguably the dirtiest overall process. The other Keystone pipeline from Canada to US (already built) has had 14 oil spills since it was built. And that’s not even getting into the greater environmental impacts that a new, much larger pipeline would invite. The proposed ‘pro-growth’ tax reforms would reward ‘job creators’ but would punish the majority of Americans that would have to pick up the slack more than they do now, on a relative scale. And don’t get me started on ‘Obamacare’… Republicans didn’t want universal healthcare, so they recommended the individual mandate as the solution to pay for the rest of the plan. And now that it was passed, during a Democratic administration, they want it repealed selectively repealed. I remember not so long ago when they said the whole plan was bad news… now they want to pick and choose from the most popular ones. If they were in the White House, they’d claim it was the best solution on the table. They did in the 80′s, when their party economists recommended it in the first place. This ad will never win over liberal voters and won’t change the minds of independents fed up with the recent Republican obstructionism, only stroke the loyalty of people who don’t know how these plans for ‘Day One’ will really hurt them in the long run.

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