You're not an independent, you're obviously (economically) right-leaning and couching your terms in Libertarianism to make yourself appear as a "man in the middle".
One, Obama has acted as though they have no plan is because they refuse to actually release a plan
. In healthcare, Romney has said a bunch of things about repeal, and passing it to the states, etc; but in the debate he switched it and said he's going to somehow kill ACA, but keep the preexisting condition requirement (that he previously said would revert back to pre-ACA COBRA based coverage). That's not a plan, that's a joke perpetrated on those that don't know the difference.
The math on what R/R is spouting does not add up, on any economic issue that's been brought into play. Just because you're more inclined to agree with it doesn't make it any more truthful. That's the real joke, that ideological people like yourself see a bunch of half-truths and made up numbers that back up your preferred narrative, and "happen to agree with it" regardless of if it will work in real-world scenarios.
The R/R budget/tax cut plan bases the supposed deficit reduction on the assertion that cutting taxes on rich people will somehow lead to those rich people hiring people, and those hired will pay taxes, and those taxes will make up the additional deficits that their plan incurs.
The lynchpin of that view is that giving rich people tax breaks means they hire or create more demand - a view that has been demonstrated false in every aspect, respect, and permutation since the 60s. The joke in this is that 'right-leaning' people continue to believe it in spite of overwhelming evidence to the contrary. The rich save that money for a rainy day, overwhelmingly, and the numbers back that up.
But your response will likely focus on the fact that I called your beliefs a joke and that's wrong, and maybe invoke "Reagan proved that you can cut taxes and get more revenue" - which completely ignores his raising taxes two years later because he realized that he went too far (and those rates are still above where we are now, btw).
History and facts are simply not on your side on the economic spectrum, and you're arguing about how
we're telling you you're wrong. That's a joke to me.