The U.S. economy is "in danger of becoming a carbon copy of European nations" because of President Barack Obama's "big-government" policies, GOP contender Mitt Romney told CNBC Wednesday.
Romney spoke following his narrow Super Tuesday winin what is shaping up to be the most turbulent Republican presidential race in a generation.
Romney said his proposals to shrink government spending include a laundry list of cuts.
"Subsidies for Amtrak, funding for Planned Parenthood, a National Endowment for the Arts and Humanities; some of these things are going to eliminate federal spending," he said.
America's spending juggernaut — healthcare — would also take a hit under Romney.