Mitt Romney Attacks Obama's Management of the Economy
With the Memorial Day weekend over, the team behind Mitt Romney -- who should win enough delegates in the Texas primary on Tuesday to secure the Republican presidential nomination -- launched two lines of attack against President Barack Obama’s economic record.
The Romney team took aim at the Democrat incumbent on Tuesday, arguing that his administration has been hostile to job creation.
“In just under four years, President Obama has taken unprecedented actions to hinder job creators,” insisted Amanda Henneberg, a spokeswoman for Romney, on Tuesday. “From the threat of massive tax increases to a ‘tidal wave’ of regulations, it’s no wonder that nearly 23 million Americans are struggling to find work in the Obama economy. As president, Mitt Romney will take action on day one to give businesses the certainty they need to begin hiring again.”
The Romney team also launched a Web video on Tuesday, bashing Obama for “playing favorites” with government contracts.
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