Back in May, Ohio Governor John Kasich made his first appearance with Mitt Romney. Instead of supporting Romney’s message about the economy going to hell in a hand basket under President Obama’s leadership, Kasich did his Kasich thing and went off on a tangent about how Ohio had so many unfilled job opportunities that employers just couldn’t hire people fast enough.
You could literally see Mitt Romney cringe as the words were coming out of Kasich’s mouth (see video below).
Things have only gotten worse for Romney since.
While Mitt continues to drop in the polls, Kasich continues to blather […]Full Story... →
Today’s New York Times reports that Mitt Romney, in an attempt to repair the damage done by his “47 percent” comments, is running a new ad in key swing states in which he tries to relate to the unemployed and underpayed among us.
Interesting thing about the ad, according to the Times. It’s not running in Ohio:
On Wednesday, the Romney campaign reserved $3.4 million worth of advertising time in eight swing states. Nearly half of that — more than $1.5 million — was for Virginia. The rest was spread across Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Nevada, New Hampshire, North […]Full Story... →
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