10/17/2012 11:31 am ET Updated Oct 17, 2012

Will Mitt Romney's Five-Point Plan Really Work? (CARTOON)

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Jobs, guns, the deficit--oh my! There was a lot discussed during last night's second presidential debates and Mitt Romney seemed to have one response to all of it-- his five-point plan.

The Republican presidential candidate touted his jobs plan as a response to several questions during the town-hall style debate held at Hofstra University, prompting a biting response from President Obama at one point.

"Governor Romney doesn't have a five-point plan, he has a one-point plan," Obama said. "And that plan is to make sure that folks at the top play by a different set of rules.”

The Obama campaign released a fact check of Romney's economic plan, questioning whether or not the former governor's economic proposal will help or hurt the country.

Cartoonist Kevin Eason doesn't think Romney's plan has any legs to stand on either. After the first presidential debate, Eason shared his thoughts on the president's lack of enthusiasm, now he's challenging Romney's proposal for economic recovery.

What do you think? Will Romney's five-point plan help or hurt the economy? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.

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Kevin Eason is a freelance editorial cartoonist and illustrator from New Jersey. His brand of satire covers news events in politics, entertainment, sports and much more. Follow him on Facebook.



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