For the second day in a row, Mitt Romney trashed President Obama's record on government spending, suggesting the growing federal debt is going to lead to a "dramatic" tax increase and drag down an already sluggish economy.The full story is HERE and the video below:
Speaking in St. Petersburg, Florida, the presumptive Republican nominee was flanked by a group of seniors and spoke in front of a digital sign ticking off the growing federal deficit.
Echoing his speech in Iowa Tuesday, Romney said the country needs a president who will stop the "spending and borrowing inferno" and insisted he is the man for the job.
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Some 200 donors on Wednesday afternoon wrote checks ranging from $2,500 to $50,000. A smaller group of about 50 supporters then attended a private luncheon with Mr. Romney at the home of Richard Corbett, who lives in the country club community and is a Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation commissioner.That full story is HERE.
Another stop will include a $50,000 a plate dinner in Boca Raton.
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