As noted by The Atlanta Journal Constitution today, a Gallup survey released in June showed 40 percent of Americans say President Barack Obama "has a clear plan for solving the country's problems." Meanwhile 38 percent say Mitt Romney has a specific plan.
National Review asked Jim Talent, one of Romney's top advisers and former senator of Missouri, if the candidate will get any more specific on policy in the general election. No. No, he doesn't.
“Governor Romney has proposed a lot of specific things in terms of replacement, such has pooling coverage with association health plans, allowing people to buy insurance across state lines, and medical-malpractice reform,” Talent says. “From now until November, he will promote these good ideas about empowerment and conservative reform.”
Guess you'll just have to trust him!