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Willard does not like the Dems attacking his taxes and record at Bain Capital and is asking the President Obama to agree that his business career and taxes be off limits.  Yea, good luck with that one Willard.

Romney said, according to excerpts of an upcoming interview with NBC’s Chuck Todd:

“Our campaign would be — helped immensely if we had an agreement between both campaigns that we were only going to talk about issues and that attacks based upon — business or family or taxes or things of that nature,”

.....he would prefer the campaigns “only talk about issues,” and claimed that “our ads haven’t gone after the president personally. … We haven’t dredged up the old stuff that people talked about last time around. We haven’t gone after the personal things.”

“Look, I would not be in this race had I spent my life in politics alone,” Romney said at an October primary debate. “Nothing wrong with that, of course, but right now, with the American people in the kind of financial crisis they are in, they need someone who knows how to create jobs, and I do.”

Romney spokeswoman Andrea Saul:
“The governor was expressing his view that he hopes we can have a campaign focused on the issues rather than one of desperation and lies as we’ve seen from the Obama campaign,”.
http://2012.talkingpointsmemo.com/...

If this man can not even hold his own during a campaign, how in hell does he think he can run a country.  He has no grip on what foreign policy is and can't relate to the majority of he people he hopes to lead.

When the going gets tough, the tough get going.  GO OBAMA











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