In response to:

Why 'It Worked' May Damage Obama More Than 'You Didn't Build That'

El Vaquero Wrote: Jul 26, 2012 2:58 PM
If Romney is smart, he will continue to let the summer roll to an end. Fence-sitting voters are still on vacation, while the dark-red Republicans and deep-blue Democrats argue on the web. Obama is spending his money now. Let him. Romney will unviel his agenda and jobs plan during the convention. At that point, Obama will have already told everyone in his ads what Romney will do...two months before Romney says it himself. Let Team Obama flail against the wind and wait for them to wear themselves out. Then come in, discuss the plan and then hold fast. Team Obama will have run out of money and legitimacy at that time. Romney's real challenge will come from defending his plan against the media.
renny4 Wrote: Jul 26, 2012 4:38 PM
Actually, only about 5% are reporting they are undecided or want another candidate than either o or Romney. That 10% is pretty low for this time in a race. People are paying attention.
Gayle__CO Wrote: Jul 26, 2012 3:13 PM
El Vaquero: I like your strategy. Romney can get the big guns out in the fall. In the meantime, let Obama bury himself and spend a whole bunch of money.

Much has been made of President Obama's sneering screed against individual accomplishment and private success, and rightly so.  He once again wandered from his poll-tested script and accidentally revealed his true colors, Romney pounced, and Democrats are flailing with shouts "out of context" and feigned thermonuclear outrage.  Republicans would be wise to sink their teeth in and refuse to relent -- the Left's yelping is a tell.  But in addition to hammering "you didn't build that" (and building a largely...