After months of badgering Mitt Romney about not having a plan, the guy without one finally figured out now might be the time to pretend he has a second-term agenda. So what does it involve? Why, lots and lots of teachers, job training and blaming Bush.
Obama then describes his plan: “Making education and training a national priority; building on our manufacturing boom; boosting American-made energy; reducing the deficits responsibly by cutting where we can, and asking the wealthy to pay a little more. And ending the war in Afghanistan, so we can do some nation-building here at home. That’s the right path.”
Manufacturing boom? Huh? Reducing deficits? What? Nation-building? You cannot be serious.
Obama asks viewers to compare his plan with Mitt Romney’s, then asks for their vote. Panelists on MSNBC’s Morning Joe pointed out that the ad has hints of Ronald Reagan’s famous “Morning in America” spot.
Ah yes, it’s Reaganesque according to some nitwits on a low-rated morning cable show. That’s sure to stop Romney’s momentum in its tracks. Except he’s not Reagan. Heck, he’s not even Ron Reagan, Jr.
The Obama campaign plans on printing 3.5 million copies of the plan and it will be distributed to campaign field offices, Politico reports. The 20-page “Blueprint for America’s Future” booklet will be released at a campaign event in Florida on Tuesday morning.
Any by nightfall you can use it to start up the fireplace. Really, after four years all he’s got is some 20-page plan? You’ve got to be kidding me.