The Republican presidential candidate and his running mate continue to criticize Obama for failing to tell Americans what he plans to do with four more years in the White House. Obama’s campaign is aggressively denying the idea, saying that it’s Romney who is not providing details on the policies he will make after taking office.
At several campaign events, fundraising appeals and in an ad, Romney is trying to highlight the difference between him and Obama over the plans to change America in the years to follow.
In a letter to make fundraising appeal to voters, Romney hit Obama for raising taxes and increasing the debt by $5.5 trillion, emphasizing his ‘lack of agenda’ criticism. "Although President Obama won't lay out his plan for a second term, we already know what it will be — a repeat of the last four years. We can't afford four more years of crushing debt and wasteful spending." On the contrary, Romney said, he has a very clear picture as to how to put America back on the path to prosperity.
A new Romney ad panned Obama over his polices on debt, health care, taxes, energy and Medicare insisting that the president is only offering more of the same. On Saturday, Romney’s running mate, Paul Ryan, told a crowd in Ohio that Obama is “not even telling you what he plans on doing.”
Obama’s campaign vigorously denied the notion as they point to his calls for immigration reforms, ending tax breaks for the rich, fully implementing health care overhaul and ending the war in Afghanistan, calling of them a ‘part of President Obama’s agenda for a second term.’
At the DNC last month, Obama also called for creating one million new jobs in manufacturing with a mix of corporate tax rate cuts, innovation and training programs. He also outlined his goal of cutting the college tuition fee in half over the next 10 years and funding for local municipalities to hire more teachers, police officers and fire fighters.
Meanwhile, Vice Presidentis trying to build up on Obama’s claim that Romney has changed the policies he had been campaigning for the entire election season, describing his change of strategy a disease he termed as “Romnesia.” "That man is contagious," Biden said of Romney, while addressing a crowd at St. Augustine, Fla. "Congressman Ryan caught it as well."