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Mitt Romney's bus tour headed to Jacksonville, Orlando, Miami

CNN's Peter Hamby reports that Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney plans a multi-state and city bus tour annd blitz that includes multiple stops in Florida before the Republican National Convention in Tampa at month's end.

This week, Romney visits Colorado, Nevada and Indiana. Then he stops in Ohio next week before starting August 10th with four-day bus tour "targeting the largest media markets in several of the states that will decide the November election," CNN said.

Starting Aug. 13, Romney plans to hit Jacksonville, Orlando and Miami.

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Brandt Hardin

Romney is a rich pariah who simply can’t identify with ANY average American through his fog of lies and network of havened money. He’ll only continue to get booed out of the room by every group of minority and middle class voters he comes across. His religion and wealth is highly elitist and everyone in this country has had it with his kind. We’re telling Mitt he can’t buy this election! Read about the role of his money and his Magic Mormon Underwear are playing in the polls at http://dregstudiosart.blogspot.com/2012/05/mitt-romneys-magic-mormon-underwear.html

Neal William

And obama can? Get real i,m tired of paying for his vacations and watching him screw up the country.

Fareed Ansari

Now that the stumble and bumble "foreign tour" mercifully slinked to an end, will the bus tour be more of the same; secret fund raisers and "fourth estate" disengagement from the press?

Citizen Kane


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k mattingly

Good day:
I do not care how rich a candidate is. What I look at is what experience they have and what they can bring to the table.
Taxing those who are richer then most of us, is not going to make us the middle class better. As a person with a knowledge of business, taxing those with money, will not invest in the businesses that keep us middle class employed.
The reality of life is..... we all work for rich people. It is those people who create businesses that employ us middle class and feed us. If their business grows, so does the middle class. They employ more of us, give others an opportunity for advancement, and lower the unemployment rate.
During the boom not too many years ago, it happened when the rich invested their money. Bad economy, high unemployment make investors scared to use their money and now, many are suffering.
Don't hate the rich, encourage them to spend their money whether in business, at the grocery store, department store, whereever. If they spend, we have jobs or get more hours.... so we make more.
Simple business......

R luitjens

I agree wholeheartedly with K Mattingly. I once was a Democrat and found my vales didn't match up and besides that as a Union guy for some jobs I got tired of those people pumping our money into campaigns of those I couldn't relate to. I much prefer Romney because he has the make-up of a problem solver with a great deal of experience in getting things done. That may not relate as well in government but it beats the alternative of a glorified Community Organizer who is leading us into a scrap heap. Regardless of your politics we need a replacement who can bring about positive results now, not when it is too late.

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