Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Mitt Romney event in Janesville, WI (Full Video 06-18-12)

Mitt Romney was in Janesville, Wisconsin Monday morning on Day 4 of his bus tour of small towns in six battleground states. The five-day tour also includes stops in New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Iowa, and Michigan.
Mitt Romney made a campaign stop with Governor Scott Walker in Wisconsin on Monday and said Americans can "learn a lot" from the Republican who survived a Democratic recall effort two weeks ago.

Romney, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, praised Walker's leadership and said his approach to limiting government and slashing spending in his state was a stark contrast to President Barack Obama.

"At the national level we can learn a lot from this guy," Romney said after Walker introduced him to an overflow crowd in the parking lot of a Janesville textile mill on the fourth day of Romney's bus tour of battleground states.
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2 comments:

newark hawk said...

Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett was right: Scott Walker is a rock star in the Republican Party.

In 2020, after Romney completes his 2nd term as POTUS, Walker or VA governor Bob McDonnell will be the next GOP nominee for president.

Anonymous said...

I felt like Mitt stepped up his game even more so than usual in this rally. He was more specific and bold because he knew that walker set the example there and walker is a rock star.