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#Romney offers points of contrast to #Gingrich. #GOP #TCOT
December 2, 2011Posted by on
While I rather enjoy both candidates, both are critical thinkers and that’s why they both take nuanced positions on issues. However, I think Romney makes a strong, brief argument below about why he is different and why I am going to vote for him.
Amplify’d from www.businessweek.com
Gingrich, 68, expressed confidence about his chances of winning the nomination in an ABC News interview yesterday.
“I’m going to be the nominee,” he said. “It’s very hard not to look at the recent polls and think that the odds are very high I’m going to be the nominee.”
Romney, 64, said today that “self-aggrandizing statements about polls are not going to win elections.”
Appearing on Fox News, he noted that in the Republican race “there’ve been a lot of people who’ve been real high in the polls that are not high in the polls anymore.”
Romney also pressed his case against Gingrich, a former U.S. House speaker who has earned millions of dollars since leaving Congress, as a Washington insider.
“This is not a matter that America needs better lobbyists or better deal-makers, better insiders. I think America needs a leader,” Romney said, offering himself as that candidate.
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