Mitt Romney’s ‘No Teleprompter, No Text’ Jobs Speech: Bold & Comprehensive

Gov Mitt Romney emphasizes his 'no teleprompter, no prepared text' jobs creation speech by holding up his one page of notes. Romney rolled out a comprehensive jobs plan to a large crowd at McCandless Intl Trucks in Las Vegas, NV. Sept 6, 2021 (photo by Julie Jacobson/AP)


DAY ONE, JOB ONE

He said it would be bold and sweeping.

He was right.

59 points contained in a 160 page book…

It was a stunning revelation as Mitt Romney outlined his much–anticipated, comprehensive jobs plan to modernize the wheezing American economic engine.

From Las Vegas, NV, a state crippled with 12.9% unemployment, 300 people crowded into a warehouse at McCandless International Trucks to listen to Gov Romney. Delivered without prepared text or a teleprompter, Romney elaborated at length on his vision for American prosperity – from just one page of notes. He spoke on taxes, regulation, trade, energy, fiscal policy, etc. He also outlined what he would do to spur job growth on his first day as President of the United States:

At best, government can provide a framework in which economic growth can occur. All too often, however, government gets in the way,” Romney wrote Tuesday in an opinion piece in USA Today that previewed his 160-page plan. “The past three years of unparalleled government expansion have retaught that lesson all too well.”
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Romney planned to use the plan’s rollout to contrast his candidacy with his Republican rivals and present a comprehensive outline for fixing the economy just as Obama prepares to unveil his jobs initiative on Thursday.

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FACT SHEET: MITT ROMNEY’S PLAN TO TURN AROUND THE ECONOMY

Five Bills for Day One

The American Competitiveness Act: Reduces the corporate income tax rate to 25 percent

The Open Markets Act: Implements the Colombia, Panama, and South Korea Free Trade Agreements

The Domestic Energy Act: Directs the Department of the Interior to undertake a comprehensive survey of American energy reserves in partnership with exploration companies and initiates leasing in all areas currently approved for exploration

The Retraining Reform Act: Consolidates the sprawl of federal retraining programs and returns funding and responsibility for these programs to the states

The Down Payment on Fiscal Sanity Act: Immediately cuts non-security discretionary spending by 5 percent, reducing the annual federal budget by $20 billion

Five Executive Orders for Day One

An Order to Pave the Way to End Obamacare: Directs the Secretary of Health and Human Services and all relevant federal officials to return the maximum possible authority to the states to innovate and design health care solutions that work best for them

An Order to Cut Red Tape: Directs all agencies to immediately initiate the elimination of Obama-era regulations that unduly burden the economy or job creation, and then caps annual increases in regulatory costs at zero dollars

An Order to Boost Domestic Energy Production: Directs the Department of the Interior to implement a process for rapid issuance of drilling permits to developers with established safety records seeking to use pre-approved techniques in pre-approved areas

An Order to Sanction China for Unfair Trade Practices: Directs the Department of the Treasury to list China as a currency manipulator in its biannual report and directs the Department of Commerce to assess countervailing duties on Chinese imports if China does not quickly move to float its currency

An Order to Empower American Businesses and Workers: Reverses the executive orders issued by President Obama that tilt the playing field in favor of organized labor, including the one encouraging the use of union labor on major government construction projects

To learn how to access the PDF and kindle version of Romney’s book Believe in America: Mitt Romney’s Plan for Jobs and Economic Growth click here.

Immediately following Romney’s speech, CNBC’s Larry Kudlow was on hand to interview him:

Part 2 Kudlow interview:

Greta Van Susteren (FOX News) also conducted a phone interview with The Gov.
Romney: “I’m looking at America over the next 30 years.”


To see video of Romney’s entire speech, which includes an intro by Congressman Joe Heck (R-NV), co-chair for Mitt’s campaign in The Silver State, and inspirational remarks from John McCandless, founder of McCandless Intl Truck, click here. (Look in right-hand column at ‘Video Playlist’ then click on Mitt Romney Speech on Jobs & Economy.)

► Jayde Wyatt

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4 Responses to Mitt Romney’s ‘No Teleprompter, No Text’ Jobs Speech: Bold & Comprehensive

  1. Seiko Tanner says:

    China won’t or never play in the rules so how can we bow to them. I am from Japan and they cheat and steal all the tech. Right on Mitt!

  2. colleen says:

    Larry and Greta - two fast paced interviews with Gov. Romney re his plan to get America moving forward again. Mitt’s answers are rapid fire and full of specifics. No smoke and mirrors here! Short of time? Watch these two interviews to get high lights and cross examination questions.

  3. ccr says:

    I love seeing Romney addressing the dangerous/anti-capitalist “regulations” that Obama has put in place in the past 2+ years! I’ve wondered about that and thrilled to see it!!

    Great plan! Great leadership! And I’m so thrilled to see his campaigning w/character!! BOY! Do we need it in America!

  4. Bill Foster NH says:

    You could see this when he answered questions in Palmetto too. Mitt needs no telepromter because he trully has a deep and thorough understanding of business and the government. Mitt has a true passion for fixing this problem, his thought processes are focused on it. Nice to see a leader more focused on our economy than his golf game or public image!