During this entire election, Mitt Romney has been extremely vague about the details of virtually any of his so-called plans. Romney has even had the audacity to aggressively push the idea that President Obama hasn't had any plans.
The truth is, President Obama has had solid, smart, well-tested plans during his entire time in office - and he has some great plans ready for his second term as well.
President Obama's plan for his second term is now available online at http://www.barackobama.com/plans or in a simple 20-page booklet you can get from any Obama campaign office.
You can even download it here, and share it digitally on Facebook, Twitter, or even through e-mail.
The "Blueprint for America's Future" is a simple way you can explain to almost anyone what - specifically - President Obama is planning on doing in his second term to move America forward.
Here are just a few examples of how The Obama Plan will move America Forward, not backward.
|Under President Obama, we've seen 31 straight months of job growth. During that time, America has added 5.2 million private sector jobs, including nearly 500,000 manufacturing jobs – the most job growth since 1997
||Mitt Romney’s ‘new math’ for jobs plan doesn’t add up. It simply doubles down on the same trickle-down policies that crashed the economy during the George W. Bush years.
|President Obama's tax plan cut taxes by $3,600 for the typical middle class family making $50,000 a year over his first term. You can even use the Obama tax calculator now to find out how his plan would impact your taxes during the next term.
||Mitt Romney's tax plan math doesn't add up either. His plan could require raising taxes on middle class families with kids by $2000 to pay for tax cuts for the wealthy. That doesn't include all the cuts to services his plan would include.
|Through ObamaCare, President Obama improved Medicare by adding free preventive care, closing the “doughnut hole” saving seniors an average of $600 last year, and extending the life of Medicare by 8 years, by eliminating $716 billion in waste, fraud, and abuse.
||Mitt Romney's plans would end Medicare as we know it, eliminating guaranteed benefits and turning Medicare into a voucher program — which could increase costs for seniors more than $6,000 each year by shifting costs to seniors. Further, Romney has no realistic plan to cover pre-existing conditions.|