Instead, it appeared that Governor Romney was changing course midstream.
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Remarkably, Romney stated that Clinton’s speech at the Democratic National Convention ”elevated” the Convention. Is the implication that Clinton’s speech diminished the speechmaking at Republican National Convention?
Likewise, Romney expressed his dissatisfaction with sequestration, the policy initiative which triggers automatic reductions in defense spending beginning January 1st. When host David Gregory reminded Romney that sequestration had broad bi-partisan support, he was adamant when he reiterated his position that the policy was wrong, and that GOP members of Congress should not have supported it.
Romney even when so far as to say that there were parts of health care reform which he liked.
We are only 58 days away from Election 2012.
With these kinds of pronouncements, can Mitt Romney articulate a game changing agenda to assure a GOP victory?
Or, has he virtually conceded that Clinton’s Convention Speech was the agenda setting message for Election 2012, a concession which assures his likely defeat?