That is a newspaper editorial, which depending on where they get their information from can't be taken as independent research. Romney actually claimed that there were 5 reports that backed up his tax plan. However, under some scrutiny the majority of those studies didn't hold up against some of the studies done by the Tax Policy Center.
Also, that article you provided states that one of the ways Romney can find money for his plan is that if he repeals Obamacare (which I have doubts he'll actually do) it'll free up $29 billion. What it doesn't mention is that repealing the law would actually cost this country $100 BILLION over the next 10 years according to the CBO.
Originally Posted by ThunderStorm
I should have been more clear, his policies of going to fight terrorism and transforming the military to better deal with asymmetric warfare and urban combat as well as increasing the use of special forces to combat terrorism. He also took the fight to countries harboring terrorists such as the Taliban government in Afghanistan which was another change, although I can admit Iraq was a huge blunder.
That's a very general example compared to the very specific fact that the Iraq war diverted attention and funds away from Afghanistan and severely undercut the specific search mission for Bin Laden in Afghanistan by our military.