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‘Analysis: Romney to voters: Trust me on details’

“What’s important, if you are running for president, is that the American people know who you are and what you’ve done, and that you’re an open book,” President Obama said Tuesday in an interview with New Hampshire television station WMUR. “And that’s been true of every presidential candidate dating all the way back to Mitt Romney’s father.”
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The Republican ‘plan’ for America’s future.

Just trust us.

Do we or don’t we have the right to know?

It’s one thing to elect them to Represent us.

It’s another to elect them WITHOUT knowing how they will Represent us.

“I know our Democrat friends would love to have me specify one or two so they could amass the special interests to fight that effort,” Romney told Time magazine’.

Remember this :

“Our church doesn’t publish how much people have given,” Romney told Parade Magazine in an interview that will appear in the August 26 issue of the magazine
“This is done entirely privately.”
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Or this :

‘In her interview with NBC, Ann Romney said releasing more returns will only give opponents “more ammunition” but added, “there’s nothing we’re hiding.”
“We have been very transparent to what’s legally required of us. But the more we release, the more we get attacked,” she said’.
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Or this :

“We’ll put out the next year of tax returns as soon as the accountants have that ready. And that’s what we’re going to put out,” Romney told CNN. “And that’s all that’s necessary for people to understand something about my finances.”
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TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — ‘Republicans wrapped up their “trust me” convention Thursday, sending presidential nominee Mitt Romney into the final weeks of a campaign that is long on promises and strikingly short on details’.

‘When his wife, Ann, kicked things off by declaring “you can trust Mitt,” she summed up the three-day theme, intentionally or not’.

‘Take it on faith, the message was. Because Romney is not spelling out how he intends to restore fiscal responsibility while cutting taxes, expanding the military and standing by — for now, at least — as lawmakers from both parties jealously protect countless government programs’.
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3 thoughts on “‘Analysis: Romney to voters: Trust me on details’

  1. Barneysday on said:

    The last “just trust me” candidate was Nixon, and we all know how that turned out.

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