Romney, Rubio stump in Kissimmee

Romney: Obama doesn't have a plan for America

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KISSIMMEE, Fla. - Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney made a three-stop stump in Florida Saturday, including a speech at the airport in Kissimmee.

Fellow Republicans Sen. Marco Rubio and Congressman Connie Mack introduced Romney before he addressed a crowd of several thousand just 10 days before Election Day.

"The Democrats chant four more years. We chant 10 more days," said Romney, firing up the crowd.

The former Massachusetts governor attacked President Obama, saying he doesn't have a plan for America.

"He has no plan. He hasn't been able to describe a plan. He's scrambling now to try to look for a plan," he said.

Romney also made no secret of courting the Hispanic vote with the aide of Sen. Rubio, who addressed the crowd briefly in Spanish.

Medicare and Obamacare played prominently in Romney's speech, where seniors in the audience were receptive to the candidate's criticisms of the president's health care law.

"[President Obama] didn't ask the seniors about Obamacare. It was forced on us and I think Romney is going to fix that by doing in Obamacare," said Romney supporter Tim Heenan.

With less than two weeks to go, many at the rally said their minds will stay decided. Several others said they've already voted. Early voting in Florida kicked off Saturday and runs through November 3.


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