September 5, 2010 by staff
Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney (R) stepped up his rhetoric on the economy against President Obama, whom he can contest presidential elections in 2012.
Romney went on the attack against Obama managing the economy in an editorial Wednesday in The Boston Globe, accusing the president of having “deepened and extended” the recession in the U.S. through “almost all actions” Obama has taken.
“Their policies are anti-investment, anti-growth and employment against,” wrote Romney.
The piece is part of a concerted effort by Romney to frame their approach to the economy than Obama, as the 2008 one-time Republican presidential candidate evaluates another White House run in two years.
Style of the Romney campaign has always tended to emphasize his business experience and previous success in handling economic issues.
The editorial castigates Obama for his approach on taxes, energy policy, labor, and trade and rescue operations, calling Obama and the policies of the Democrats on these issues “murderers of work.”
The former governor also offered red meat to conservatives who might be interested in the Republican field by 2012 a pop favorite.
“The Republicans made mistakes when they were in charge, yes, but Democrats point does not absolve them of the mistakes they are doing today,” Romney wrote. “A pro-jobs, pro-prosperity working government to create conditions for enterprises of all sizes to grow and prosper.”
Romney supported the expansion all the cuts on income tax to expire at the end of the year and closing some corporate tax loopholes. He also said companies should be able to recoup the capital investment over the next two years, and called for the elimination of tax on capital gains for households earning less than 250,000 per year.
“The president said last week that Republicans have no economic ideas than tax cuts for the rich,” he wrote. “This program is brief, it is not the only rebuttal: Republicans in Washington and in states like New Jersey and Texas are the promotion and implementation of economic policies that do what the president does not have: to increase jobs and reduce government”.
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