Romney is focusing on Obama
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After his wins in Maryland, Wisconsin and the
United States Capital Washington, D.C. on April 3, frontrunner Mitt Romney is focusing
on Obama. He told his supporters in Milwaukee that Obama is
“out of touch” after “years of flying around on Air Force One, surrounded by
and adoring staff of true believers telling you that you're great and you're
doing a great job.” Romney added that “out-of-touch liberals like Barack
Obama say they want a strong economy, but in everything they do, they show
they don't like business very much”. Rightly said, although the
multimillionaire Mitt Romney himself is at times a bit out of touch with the
reality of the “common man” himself.
In Maryland, with 79% of precincts reporting, Mitt Romney has won 49% of the
vote, Rick Santorum 29%, Newt Gingrich 11% and Ron Paul 10%. Mitt Romney
will win all delegates in the winner-take-all closed primary of Wisconsin.
In Wisconsin, with 99% of all precincts reporting, Mitt Romney is the narrow
winner of the winner-take-all open primary with 42% of the vote, ahead of
Rick Santorum, which follows closely with 38%, Ron Paul with 12% and Newt
Gingrich with 6%.
In the capital Washington, D.C. with 99% of all precincts reporting, Mitt
Romney is the clear winner of the winner-take-all closed Republican primary
with 70% of the vote, ahead of Ron Paul with 12% and Newt Gingrich with 11%;
Rick Santorum was not on the ballot!
Romney's three GOP rivals, Rick Santorum, Ron Paul and Newt Gingrich, all
said that they would remain in the race until the end.
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The incumbent is generally in a better position. Only Ronald Reagan managed
to defeat an incumbent Democrat president in the past century. Already for
years ago, Barack Obama proved that he and his campaign organization can
raise substantially more money than any other candidate, and that they can
dominate the web, including search results, videos, social networks and
more. Currently, Obama has already raised ten times more money for his
re-election campaign than Romney, and his has five times more election staff
at his disposal than his contender.
At the annual AP meeting, Barack Obama said that his likely GOP
opponent, Mitt Romney, was in support of a
“radical” budget plan, which the president described as “thinly veiled
The “Wonderful” forgot to mention that his fabulous “stimulus packages”,
ObamaCare and generally inconsiderate spending have further deteriorated a
preexisting, huge state debt, and that the U.S. budget deficit looks not
better than the one of Greece.
If the economy will further improve, the race between Obama
and Romney may be over before it has actually begun. If the key economic
data remain unchanged, the Republican candidate has a chance. If they
deteriorate, only an oily campaign can save the president. Unfortunately,
Obama is best at campaigning. In any case, prepare for another strong
dose of flowery rhetoric by the
The bottom line is that neither Obama nor Romney are flawless candidates,
for from that. But unlike the president, the Republican candidate has a
positive record as a governor, Olympic Games organizer and businessman.
Everything is relative, but Barack Obama has no clue about the economy,
whereas Mitt Romney has shown competence in this field. And that is what
counts in a financial and economic crisis.