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Mitt Romney and Likely 2012 Presidential Candidate Has a Much Better Plan than ObamaCare

By: Steve Johnson

2/2/2011 - 106 Comments

Mitt Romney’s new book ‘No Apology: The Case for American Greatness’ is by far the best book I have read by a potential 2012 Presidential Candidate. 

In his book, Mitt details his ideas and how he would implement them. I was amazed by how smart this guy appears to be and how well he understands how federal policy influences the economy.

As one of the most successful businessmen in America, Mitt has the knowledge that Obama is severely lacking to get the economy back on its feet.  I think Mitt is going to be the leading Presidential Candidate in 2012.

Here is a resent video with Mitt about ObamaCare.

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