|A list of 19 issues, each
with a paragraph of text. There is more text on the final issue,
on each of six issues.
|Three to five
sentences on ten issues:
|"On the Issues"
has links to thirteen pages. In addition there is a "Quick Notes"
two-page PDF that one can print out.
|The heading is
"Core Principles" rather than "Issues." There are four options.
"Where I Stand" is a list with ten broad issue areas encompassing 25 more
specific points. The other three are specific pages on Border Enforcement,
War on Terror, and Fair Trade. Border Enforcement includes a video
clip. The other two pages just have a paragraph of text.
|Nine issue areas
each have an introductory sentence or two and a "Read More" link that one
can click to get to more detailed pages. Several of the detailed
pages have video clips. The immigration reform page has a PDF chart
("Immigration Reform: 2007 vs. 1986"), a petition ("Put National Security
First: Secure Our Borders"), and links to a number of articles.
-Government Spending, Lower
Taxes and Economic Prosperity
|Six issue areas
each have an introductory sentence or two and a link that one can click
to get to more detailed pages:
-Debt and Taxes
|The "Issue Watch"
button leads to "Ten Issues America Must Address to Remain the Economic
and Military Superpower." The general format is a paragraph of text
and several quotes from Romney (most of the quotes are from 2005 or 2006).
In addition to the ten issues page, there is a "The Romney Agenda" option
which is more newsy and has recent quotes and links to video.
-Defeating the Jihadists
areas, each with a paragraph of text (one has two paragraphs). In
addition, 11 of the issues have a "View a PDF" option; however many of
these PDF's are very brief, just a paragraph. The immigration and
abortion issues have a "View a Video" option.
|Ten issue areas;
each has a paragraph of text. Iraq and Health Care have links that
go to detailed pages.
|Copyright © 2007 Eric M. Appleman/Democracy in Action||