Advice: Go Big

Krauthammer:

When you’re behind, however, safe is fatal. Even his counterpunching has gone miniature. Obama has successfully painted Romney as an out of touch, unfeeling plutocrat whose only interest is to cut taxes for the rich.

Romney has complained in interviews that it’s not true. He has proposed cutting tax rates, while pledging that the share of the tax burden paid by the rich remains unchanged (by “broadening the base” as in the wildly successful, revenue-neutral Reagan-O’Neill tax reform of 1986).

But how many people know this? Where is the speech that hammers home precisely that point, advocates a reformed tax code that accelerates growth without letting the rich off the hook, and gives lie to the Obama demagoguery about dismantling the social safety net in order to enrich the rich.

I’m thinking that Romney isn’t all that far back at this point, but there is still an opportunity here. Let’s face it, the press is flat out lying for Obama. Going big – blowing past the left wing media and appealing directly to the voters – is not a bad idea. At this point, I don’t even know how many votes are still in play.

I just know it’s vital we win this – or this country is in serious trouble.

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One Response to Advice: Go Big

  1. BarbaraS says:

    I don’t think he’s far back at all. The dims wouldn’t be going all out the way they are if they were winning. They wouldn’t be in their “safe” states if they were winning. They are literally showing what b*stards they are to the public. They are worried. The Lame Stream Media is carrying obama’s water big time but even they cannot cover up the blatant incompetency of this guy. I feel that any thinking citizen will not be taken in by this barage of misinformation. Then again, there are a lot of non thinking citizens (and non citizens who will vote too). It floors me to think someone would vote for something this important because one of the candidates gave them a free phone or a share of $1.5 billion on the theory hispanics and women were unjustly denied farming rights.

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