Agriculture[ edit ] In his Senate campaign, Romney called for the "virtual elimination" of the federal Department of Agriculture  and for reductions in farm subsidies. We're going to have to live within our means. So I believe in supports that will allow us to do that.
I believe in insourcing. I want to take away tax breaks for companies shipping jobs overseas. I want them to take root in Colorado, in Ohio, in Michigan … I want to insource. I want to stop giving tax breaks to companies that are shipping jobs overseas.
I want to give more Americans the chance to learn the skills they need to compete.
And education was the gateway of opportunity for me; it was the gateway of opportunity for Michelle. I will reduce government spending.
Our high level of debt slows GDP growth and that means fewer jobs. If our goal is jobs, we must stop spending over a trillion dollars more than we earn.
To do this, I will eliminate expensive non-essential programs like Obamacare, and I will work to reform and save Medicare and social security, in part by means-testing their benefits.
I will help usher in a revival in American manufacturing. If we take an entirely new and different direction in energy, in trade, and in labor policies, we will see more manufacturing jobs come back to America than those that are leaving America.
I am absolutely convinced that with the right policies and leadership we can see a resurgence in American manufacturing. New and emerging small businesses and so-called gazelle, or fast-growing, businesses will spring up across the country by instituting pro-growth regulations, pro-growth taxes, pro-growth intellectual property protections, and pro-growth labor policies.
We will re-build our failing infrastructure by merging public investment with private initiative.
And as this new direction creates new jobs, it will also create the increasing demand for workers that will produce higher wages and better benefits. I want to create good jobs in this country. That means reducing taxes on business, not raising them.
It means simplifying and modernizing the regulations that hurt small business the most. And it means that we must rein in the skyrocketing cost of healthcare by repealing and replacing Obamacare.
I will focus on nurturing and developing the skilled workers our economy so desperately needs and the future demands. Too many homes and too many schools are failing to provide our children with the skills and education that are essential for anything other than a minimum-wage job.
We have to make sure that not only our military, but also our diplomats overseas are protected. And as long as I am commander-in-chief, we will sustain the strongest military the world has ever known.Romney's presidential election campaign website similarly criticized the Obama Administration for announcing a timetable for withdrawal of U.S.
troops from Afghanistan, and reiterated his position that in a Romney presidency, decisions about when to withdraw troops would be made based on the advice of commanders in the field, not electoral politics.
Furthermore, inadequate care can keep us sick and prevent us from working, and an ineffective and overpriced healthcare system actually threatens our lives and the lives of our loved ones.
Romney's presidential election campaign website similarly criticized the Obama Administration for announcing a timetable for withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan, and reiterated his position that in a Romney presidency, decisions about when to withdraw troops would be made based on the advice of commanders in the field, not electoral politics.
[See Photos of The Presidential Campaign Trail.] The electoral college, on paper, would favor the biggest states. Obama's Presidential Acceptance Speech. Subscribe on YouTube: regardbouddhiste.com After President Barack Obama won the election against the Republican nominee Mitt Romney he gave his victory speech in front of the nation.
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