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Published on Jun 19, 2012
June 19, 2012 Mitt Romney keeps saying he has a plan, but he keeps refusing to give us answers on some of the most critical issues facing this country. It seems like he's simply following in the footsteps of another famous politician: Republican candidate Thomas Dewey. Dewey was famous for making sweeping statements that sounded really good, but he never got specific. Democratic strategist Bob Shrum explains why Dewey's approach worked and why Romney is using it now.