While he did not win his nearly six year bid for President of the United States, Governor Romney’s transition website went live momentarily.
While no longer available, the website gives a glimpse of what a Romney administration would have looked like.
The owner of the website drafted said it was a project that had already been given to the campaign, “But he noted that it had been turned over to the campaign and was “all ready to go.” He called it a “tiny” project,” according to the Huffington Post.
In addition to a picture of Mitt Romney in front of an American flag with the caption “Thank You” some of his policy plans were also available.
According to the NY Daily News, on Obamacare, the website stated the following:
“On his first day in office, Mitt Romney will issue an executive order that paves the way for the federal government to issue Affordable Care Act waivers to all 50 states,” according to a section called “Repealing the Affordable Care Act.” “He will then work with Congress to repeal the full legislation as quickly as possible.”
Although the country will never know what a Romney administration would have looked like, the brief glimpse of the website gives some insight.