On Morning Joe, Mitt Romney was asked about what he would do for the Republican poor and how his policies would help the Republican poor and he said he's not trying to target any particular segment of society. In other words, "You guys are on your own, don't look to me for help". Really good message. When asked about his "policies", there were the typical Republican repsonse: Cut taxes for the wealthy gut the EPA Open health care across state borders (so it can't be regulated) and variations on these three themes. Nothing about education, building American infrastructure, helping the middle class. So, this is it? The is the best Republicans have to offer? Am I missing something here? This fantasy that cutting taxes for billionaires will make jobs has gone on way too long. Do Republicans really believe America can compete with a failing infrastructure and no education? How would success look without those?