Hmmm, let me dissect these claims for a second, shall I?
"First, by 2020, North America will be energy independent by taking full advantage of our oil and coal and gas and nuclear and renewables."
So America will abandon the plan they have followed for decades of using foreign oil and gas in order to retain the local gas and oil reserves as intact as possible for the future, when prices will have risen dramatically?
"Second, we will give our fellow citizens the skills they need for the jobs of today and the careers of tomorrow. When it comes to the school your child will attend, every parent should have a choice, and every child should have a chance."
Sounds great. What does it mean? Some specifics here would be nice. How can you give citizens the skills they need while simultaneously cutting education funding? How do parents get this choice of schools, and what are the consequences for the schools that get more students than they can accommodate, or for schools that lose students to the point where they either cut their staff or else close down? How does that help the children for whom the local school is the only practicable one they can attend - but it is being closed down?
"Third, we will make trade work for America by forging new trade agreements. And when nations cheat in trade, there will be unmistakable consequences."
Define "cheat in trade". Does it mean "not roll over to our demands", as Biden and his owners would have it? (Yes, I know he's a Democrat, but the MPAA/RIAA ownership of politicians is a non-partisan issue). Does it mean "hold to the letter of the agreement even when that's no longer good for us"? It's a nice idea, but I've seen how definitions can be abused.
"Fourth, to assure every entrepreneur and every job creator that their investments in America will not vanish as have those in Greece, we will cut the deficit and put America on track to a balanced budget."
Again, how? This is *exactly* where details are needed, or else it's only posturing.
"And fifth, we will champion small businesses, America’s engine of job growth. That means reducing taxes on business, not raising them. It means simplifying and modernizing the regulations that hurt small business the most. And it means that we must rein in the skyrocketing cost of healthcare by repealing and replacing Obamacare."
Championing small businesses. Good. Reducing taxes on business - not, you note, small business. And, as anyone who's ever seen Walmart open in a town near them, big businesses *destroy* small businesses in the area. Reducing taxes on business helps big business more than small. Unless he provides more details, it looks more likely to hurt small business.
The skyrocketing cost of healthcare, however, has nothing to do with Obamacare. It's due to compliance costs, research costs and safety rules for drug testing that have raised the cost of a single new drug to the billion dollar level, requiring them to massively increase the cost of the drugs to get a return on their R&D investment, increased patent durations on these drugs and monopoly control on the part of insurance companies which has enabled them to keep their profits high at the expense of their customers. Obamacare doesn't even qualify as a blip on the chart compared to those.