I hope and pray that Romney’s seeming lack of interest in prosecuting the crooks or overturning EOs is because he is enough of a politician that his immediate goal is winning. I think there is at least a decent chance that he will deal with these things once he’s in office.
If I were in his position, those would be pretty high on my priority list, but I wouldn’t start with that. First, I’d keep my promise to get rid of 0bamacare and get to work on any other promises made. Second, I’d clean house by firing as many socialists/Marxists as I possibly could, particularly in DOJ and State. You can’t steer the boat in the right direction if all the paddlers are heading the opposite way. I wouldn’t tackle any political prosecutions until the house was clean and I was confident that things would proceed with honesty and fairness.
Cleaning up Obama's mess is going to take more than one term. It's legal for him to fire all the Leftist DAs, nationwide, on 21 January, as Clinton did when he fired 93 Reagan and Bush appointed Federal DAs.
If Romney was ambitious, he'd kick off a nationwide investigation of voter fraud, with a focused task force, and Ryan heading it up. It would be interesting to listen to the Dems shriek. After all, they say it doesn't exist. Once Ryan starts turning over rocks and indicting under the RICO statues, and ACORN and union workers start rolling over to avoid long federal time, (No early outs for good behavior.), the Dims will have a load of things to distract them>
What if Romney starts to take apart Obamacare, the EPA, the Department of Education. Bis' little kingdom at the Dept. of Homeland Security, stopping the DOT from using blackmail for national traffic laws, all those EOs, firing all those federal SWAT teams, cutting off funding for "climate change" and farm subsidies that are 80 years old?
There is a lot of work to do, and I'm not sure this country has the time...