Romney stays on offense, keeps attacking Obama on into Ohio
I just don't know what we're going to do with this guy, Romney. Between his surrogates talking about Obama's drug, corruption and nefarious association problems and now Mitt pressing the attack on into Ohio after a great day yesterday in Pennsylvania, I'm worried that the editors at NRO may become vwery, vwery upsetted wid hem. And I'd hate it if that happened.
Romney pointed out Obama's non-stop fund raising and campaigning to try and keep his job, instead of focusing on the job at hand, to try and help create jobs for Americans. But then, as Obama's ideology doesn't permit him to care very much about that, perhaps we shouldn't be surprised. We can't allow Obama to pull the wool over American voter's eyes in a second election. It's good to see Romney committing himself to exposing Barack Obama for what he is and what he is not – an effective president.
The AP wire story on Romney in Ohio today here.
While pressing his case against the Democrat, Romney showed no sign of caving into mounting pressure for him to release more of his tax returns.
Campaigning in Ohio, a state key to the political fates of both contenders, Romney said the president in the past six months has held more than 100 fundraisers for his re-election campaign and no meetings with his jobs council.
Romney is trying to portray Obama as out of touch with the economic pain afflicting millions of people, including those who go to work every day, while hoping to shift the focus from his personal finances and business record.
"His priority is trying to keep his own job, and that's why he's going to lose it," Romney declared, building off fiery speeches in Pennsylvania the day before in which he accused Obama of believing government is more vital to a thriving economy than the nation's workers and dreamers.