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With Everything at Stake, Where's Mitt?

Jimsd55 Wrote: Sep 25, 2012 6:07 PM
(gungy Wrote: 1 hour ago (4:24 PM) Mitt would be way ahead now if he had attacked Obama the way he attacked and vilified genuine Republican conservatives in the primaries.) Did you miss the part in his column when York said Romney was busy at fund raisers? It was easy for Romney to bury his opponents in the primaries when he had a 10-1 advantage in money over them. Quite the opposite when your opponent has just as much money as you and can match you attack ad for attack ad! Nor let's us forget that Romney has to leave his greatest accomplishments as governor hidden in the closet ( reduced state deficits by increasing taxes and fees, brought healthcare to all with Romney care) ... these weren't exactly republican talking points!
Martin145 Wrote: Sep 25, 2012 6:48 PM
That's exactly why I didn't want Romney in the first place either! He attacked the other conservatives in the primary like there was no tomorrow and now he leaves Obama alone! He should be attacking Obama like there's no tomorrow because there is no tomorrow if Obama wins! COME ON MITT! Obama is NOT A NICE GUY AND IS A CUT THROAT POLITICIAN! Treat him as such! Get off your a** and attack him, our life depends on it!
Carl265 Wrote: Sep 30, 2012 10:07 PM
See what playing nice got McCain?
A look at the Republican presidential candidate's schedule of public events shows a remarkably relaxed pace for a man who says this election is critical to America's future. Here's what Mitt Romney did on the trail in mid-September:

He had one public appearance on his schedule Monday, Sept. 17, a speech to the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce in Los Angeles.

He had one appearance scheduled the day before, an airport rally in Pueblo, Colo., but it was canceled after a small-plane crash there killed one person.

Romney had no public events Saturday. On Friday, Sept....