Transcript for Romney says election is about two paths, urges voters to look at Obama's record.
Thank you for tuning in this evening. This is a there's an important election and I'm concerned about America. I'm concerned about the direction America has been taking over the last four years. I I know this is bigger than election about. The two of us as as individuals it's bigger than our respective parties is election about the course of America what kind of America do you wanna have for yourself. And for your children. And there really are two very different -- that we began speaking about this evening and over the course of this month -- could have two more presidential debates -- -- vice presidential debate we'll talk about those two paths. But they lead in very different directions and it's not just looking -- -- words that you have to have taken evidence of where they go you can look at the record. No question in my mind that if the president were to be reelected he'll continue to see a middle class squeeze within comes going down and prices going up. I -- -- comes up again. You'll see chronic unemployment we've had 43 straight months with unemployment above 8%. If I'm president I will create helped create twelve million new jobs in this country with rising incomes. The president's re elected Obama care will be fully install. In my view that's going to mean a whole different way of life for people who patterned on the insurance plan they have in the past many will lose it. You're gonna see health premiums go up by some 2005 -- dollar per per family. If I'm elected we won't have obamacare will put in place the kind of principles that I put in place in my own state. And allow each state to craft their own programs to get people insured and will focus on getting the cost of health care down. If the president were to be reelected. You're gonna see -- 716. Billion dollar cut to Medicare. You'll have four million people who lose Medicare Advantage -- -- -- providers that will no longer accept Medicare patients. I'll restore that 716. Billion dollars to Medicare. And finally the military. The president's re elected you'll see dramatic cuts to our military. The secretary of defense has said these would be even devastating I will not cut our commitment to our military. I will keep America strong and get America's middle class working again thank you Jim.
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