Obama Intensifies Campaign against Romney
President Barack Obama expected to face Mitt Romney when the republican primaries started and he has already tagged his opponent as an uncertain protector of the rich. The winner of the fall election will be decided by the economy.
Last Wednesday, the presidential election started to feel like a two man contest for the first time. Republican Rick Santorum withdrew a day earlier and it has become clear how the Obama-Romney race would be like.
Both parties will debate on which side has the best policies for economic security, jobs, and a better future for Americans. Both candidates will accuse one another of being dishonest with voters and out-of-touch with the concerns of the Americans.
Obama will criticize Romney and at the same time do his job as the president of the nation. He has to remind the voters that he the incumbent. Obama’s campaign will work on challenging Romney’s efforts and try to define the president.
The Romney camp can describe President Obama as an economic failure who had his chance while President Obama can say that Romney will widen the gap between the wealthy and the middle class. Obama was ready for Romney, who was unsuccessful in his 2008 effort to get the GOP nomination.
Whenever President Obama talks about the Buffett Rule, it was meant to portray the contrast to Romney and his vision. The Buffet Rules would make millionaires pay a fairer share in taxes to help the nation. Vice President Joe Biden has been making campaign speeches that criticized Romney.
Long before Santorum dropped out of the Republican presidential race, Obama has been trying to portray himself as the clear choice. He described Romney as a let-people-flail candidate instead of using tax dollars on core priorities and utilizing the government as an enforcer of fairness for all.