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July 30, 2012

Romney may be in Poland, but he wants Americans to remember his economic message

Mitt Romney may be heading for Poland, but his campaign team is sending out constant reminders that the economy is sluggish and the Republican presidential candidate wants to do something about it.

Polls say that Romney's strongest appeal to the voters lies in his economic message, not foreign policy.

Monday, spokeswoman Amanda Henneberg sent out this comment;

“Twenty-three million Americans are struggling for work and the nation is experiencing its ‘worst economic recovery’ – but you wouldn’t know it listening to President Obama, who thinks his economic policies have ‘worked.’ After three and a half years, it’s clear President Obama just isn’t up to the task of delivering the economy that he promised.”

Earlier Monday, the campaign released a new web video featuring businessmen explaining how they built their businesses--without the kind of government help Obama has said may be needed.


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