Was Mitt Romney right to blame President Obama for a factory's struggles? CNN's Jim Acosta reports.
craigs, we had a bill that was passed by the House, that Romney spoturped. That bill should never have been shelved. Negotiations should have stopped until that bill was introduced in the Senate...they would have forced Reid's hand and the process would have worked as it's supposed to. Romney does have clout and he could have strongly opposed any deal moving forward until CCB was voted on in the Senate!!!jerseyrepublican
I don't think Marco Rubio is going to atract latino voters to the Republican side, because Cuban have the right to get everything once they enter to the U.S.; they get refugee status, welfare, food stanps, Section 8, and after one year being a refugee they get the permanent residence. Latino's situation is different:, I mean indocumented persons. When they are trying to enter to this country they are deported to their countries, or if they are lucky to enter they face severe laws against them such Arizona, Alabama Laws, descrimination, exploitation, etc., etc. I'm a latina and US citizen and I will not vote for Rommey just because Rubio is a candidate to be as his running mate. This is my personal opinion. Thank you.
In hearing Romney speak ,he trying to speak below his intelligent he reaching down to our level. He use to taking to his rich friends, they only speak in financial gains and lost and profits.
I see it as pointing out the fact that Obama stood in the same factory 4 years ago and talked about his plans to get the factory open again. Now 4 years later, it's still closed because Obama used the 1 trillion dollar stimulus money to pay off his buddies on Wall Street and his buddies in the unions. I don't know how you can spend the fact that Obama had 2 full years without needing a single Republican vote to get passed any eonomic spending plan he wanted and still did nothing.
Obuma & Romney represent Both "sides" of the trash heap we call Washington.
YES period.Jim Thomas Phx.Az.
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