On Thursday RINO Romney unveiled his “Family Security Act” in which he proposes to “provide greater financial security for American families by streamlining existing family policies to create one universal child benefit.”
Details of his plan:
“The Family Security Act would create a new national commitment to American families by modernizing antiquated federal policies into a monthly cash benefit amounting to $350 a month for each young child, and $250 a month for each school-aged child.
Romney’s proposal would ensure that expecting parents receive the help they need to face expenses associated with preparing for a child, and low-income families would no longer have to choose between a bigger paycheck or maintaining eligibility for support. Parents would be eligible to receive the cash benefit 4 months prior to their child’s due date, and it would continue to be administered on a monthly basis. The plan would immediately lift nearly 3 million children out of poverty, while providing a bridge to the middle class – without adding a dime to the federal deficit.”
Read the whole plan here.
Rommey was quoted saying the following in a Yahoo article: “Now is the time to renew our commitment to families to help them meet the challenges they face as they take on most important work any of us will ever do—raising our society’s children.”
Gee, that statement kinda reminds me of this:
Just go ahead and change your party affiliation, Mitts. You aren’t fooling any one any more.