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Mitt Romney: Obama belongs in "Fantasyland"

Mitt Romney hopped onto a conference call this morning with two of his Florida allies, U.S. Reps. Mario Diaz-Balart and John Mica.

On Obama's visit to Disney, Romney said: "Interestingly, he has chosen fantasyland as the place for his address ... I'm afraid he's been speaking from fantasyland for some time now. He continues to speak about his 'solid' economic record and as you know, that's out of touch with reality. ... "

Romney pivoted to his surging South Carolina rival, Newt Gingrich, who often talks about his work with Reagan. "Actually, he'd only been in congress two years when Ronald Reagan came to office. I don't think he was the author of Reaganomics, or of the success of the Reagan years. Him taking credit for that qualifies as a fantasyland experience as well, I'm afraid."

Posted by Alex Leary