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Readers’ view: Romney endorsement was short on details, evidence

Published 11/04/2012, Duluth News Tribune

I just read the endorsement in the News Tribune of Mitt Romney. It read like a Romney campaign talking-point handout. The major problem: Romney’s talking points amount to one big “trust me.” The editorial promoted Romney’s ultra-vague plan to “bolster the middle class and reinvigorate the U.S. economy.” It said his plan “encouragingly includes tax reductions, less government spending and the elimination of unnecessary regulations that hamper job creation.” But like the candidate himself does, it glossed over details with meaningless political jargon like “realizing the best solutions come from the local level.”

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