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Romney readies ‘Prosecution of Obama’

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posted on Mar, 8 2012 @ 08:11 PM
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With the primary elections building up the delegate count for Romney,

His campaign has a plan.

It looks like the ObamaAttacks will fire up soon.

The Truth Team will get busy ...
(that's assuming they have enough qualified people !)



Expecting to wrap up the GOP nomination at the end of April, some in the Romney presidential campaign are turning to their “Prosecution of Obama” project, eager to assail the president’s handling of jobs and the economy before he has a chance to convince the public that his polices are working.

A campaign associate told Secrets that the project will illustrate with ads and speeches “how Barack Obama’s policies have hurt the middle class, given more and more people concerns about their jobs and prices, and put downward pressure on households.” Added the insider, “what Obama has done so far hasn’t worked and, when needed, he didn’t lead.”

The campaign will offer Romney’s alternative story-line: that he is a business and political leader who has a plan to fix the economy and bring back jobs.

Story from The Washington Examiner


Perhaps Romney can provide Obama with more "Transparency"




posted on Mar, 8 2012 @ 08:22 PM
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Why are you so obsessed with Obama?



posted on Mar, 8 2012 @ 08:34 PM
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Originally posted by muse7
Why are you so obsessed with Obama?


I don't know actually, do you know ?

But I think Romney is.

He is the focus of the article.

Without controversy, there would be no debate right ?

What do you think Romney's first "attack" will point out ?

Obama's defense mechanisms need to gear up pretty soon, don't you think ?



posted on Mar, 8 2012 @ 08:38 PM
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Romney is being groomed by TPTB to be the nomination, and then TPTB will release some damning evidence about Obama during elections, or make him do something crazy like go to war with Iran, or something even worse in order to get R-Money into the white house. Their own quarter of a billionaire man, running as a president? Are yous serious people? He will only work for the corporations and elite families. NO ONE ELSE



posted on Mar, 9 2012 @ 09:08 AM
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Romney is convinced that the American people are stupid. See he is going to have huge problems explaining to people why he should lead. He has to convince them that a businessman has the first clue about Government. The last businessman turned President we had was Hoover and that didn't work out so well. And it didn't go so well because business is about making money, government is about people. Then add in that he has no charisma whatsoever and you have a candidate that wont be able to pull the crossover vote.



posted on Mar, 9 2012 @ 11:34 AM
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Funny how this is supposed to be a "prosecution," yet they probably won't touch on any of the illegal recess appointments, individual mandates, undermining of religious freedom, or Obama's now openly damning our country's own government (the whole Panneta deal).

At this point in time I highly doubt that Romney could actually win the election against Obama, not because Obama hasn't been a horrible President, but because Romney himself is no all-star politician. He has so many similarities in his policy he might as well be Obama, and he has so little support from the GOP that he has only won by majority in something like a fourth of the states so far, and even then that doesn't guarantee that he won those many delegates in total.

If the GOP really wanted to put Obama in the hot seat, they would pit him against the man who would make him look like the lying shill that he is, but whether or not that happens depends on if the Paul campaign can win enough unbound delegates (looks to be pretty likely) to keep the nomination away from Romney.



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