His plan is very simple. Cut government and make it more efficient. Reduce duplication of services and programs. I believe him when he says this is what he will do. The US government is dysfunctional and everyone knows it. It is basically an imperial government without any foreign territories to prop itself up with. We have rediculous goals and programs that haven't worked despite existing since before I was born. I trust Romney to do the hard task of sorting through the layers and layers of bureaucracy that have become petty thiefdoms.
Rewriting the tax code is just a part of the plan and as has been stated many times by candidate Romney, he's not going to ram things down the gullet of the American public. He's not going to freeze out the other party for 2 years and then claim they won't work with him.
We are supposed to be a nation of laws, but Obama has spent the last 3 and half years doing very questionable actions by fiat. 3 years without passing a single budget, which they are required to have, and they have the stones to attack the Ryan budget. They talk of it as if it had been put into effect. No security in Benghazi? Ryan wanted to cut funds in his budget, his budget that never happened. Meanwhile the consulate in Italy gets fancy new electric vehicles. Nice going guys. Obama and Biden were both Senators and should know how the budget process works, but they act like they have no clue.
It's similar to the whole American Auto Industry argument. Team Obama wants everyone to think they saved GM and Chrysler and Team Romney would have let them die. But Chrysler is not even an American company anymore and GM is still facing a perilous future as a pension company that makes cars. Union takeover by fiat. Try telling Romney that a company is too big to fail and I think you will get a much different explanation of how things are supposed to work.
I'm looking forward to this election being over. My vote does not count as I am not in a battleground state, but I will respect the process and trust in my fellow citizens to make the right choice.