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Thank you now let's look at the other side of the political equation the one saying the economy belongs to this president not the last one here's chief political correspondent Carl can.
Speaking to a friendly audience of CEOs at the quarterly meeting of the influential business roundtable in DC.
Mitt Romney launched a preemptive strike on president Obama's economic speech tomorrow -- speak eloquently.
But -- words are cheap.
And that the record of an individual as the basis upon which you determine whether they should continue to hold onto their job.
-- shorthanded -- 64 page policy book describing reduce taxes to spur growth and jobs smaller government less regulation.
And serious spending cuts and reforms to balance the federal budget -- ten years.
President Obama and Democrats -- Romney's just rehashing the same old failed policies of the Bush Administration.
Romney told the business executives the Obama liberal approach has failed if you look at his record over the last.
Three and a half years you'll conclude -- I have that it is the most anti investment.
Anti business anti jobs.
Series of policies in modern American history.
Both campaigns and national parties escalated the air war today the RNC used news coverage of the president's repeated speeches and attempts to refocus on the economy my head's damaged sandwich I had had a dollar for every -- Seven such -- it.
Since the beginning of his presidency it ends noting the president's speech tomorrow will not have new proposals.
The Obama camp accused Romney of a jobs plan that boils down to cutting them for teachers firefighters and cops.
The DNC made it a 12 punch with a teacher cop and fireman.
We want to cut taxes for people like himself by cutting jobs like mine and mine.
-- -- -- -- -- is launching new ads this week in states essential to his victory strategy including Colorado Iowa North Carolina New Hampshire Nevada Ohio and Virginia.
-- Romney today renewed its attack using an old chestnut that lets the president's own words speak for themselves if I don't have this that we're here.
Number one for.
The president delivers his big economic speech tomorrow in Cleveland Ohio where he's expected to argue his policies need more time to actually work.
Not coincidentally -- -- will be in Cincinnati Ohio tomorrow he will argue that mr.
Obama's time is running out fast right.
Ohio -- it will be there again Carl thank you.
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