Mitt Romney Gives His Own State Of The Union

Mitt Romney stopped at a closed factory in Tampa, Florida and gave his prebuttal remarks to President Obama’s State of the Union Address. Romney told the crowd, “if tonight were the first message to Congress in a Romney administration, I’d have the courage to tell the American people how it is and tell Congress what we really need to do. I wouldn’t spend my time blaming others for how we got in this mess; I’d explain how we’re going to get out of it.” “I would pledge to do all that a president can to get America working again. When it comes to the economy, my highest priority would be worrying about your job, not saving my own.” Romney used this speech as an opportunity to make a positive looking campaign ad. According to the campaign, “As President Obama delivers his State of the Union address, he will probably fail to mention his actual record over the last three years. Unemployment is still high, our debt is still increasing, and our credit has been downgraded. Mitt Romney has a lifetime of leadership experience that will be needed in our next president to return our country to prosperity.”

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