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Published: Friday, Sept. 7 2012 3:45 a.m. MDT

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Furry1993
Ogden, UT

Mitt lies again. Business usual.

Counter Intelligence
Salt Lake City, UT

A leftist lies about lying again. Business as usual

GO Romney: Hit hard (because we all know Obama has no record to on and his only chance at reelection is to make the alternative seem unacceptable)

Mark B
Eureka, CA

I haven't seen the new ads, but would guess they do more than "suggest" that Obama is the source of all evil. Some of the GOP ads being shown are less than truthful, to put it mildly.

FT
salt lake city, UT

Just trying to serve us another glass of Lemonade. Remember corporations are people and they have been making a lot of money the past 4 years so they'll be buying a lot of ads this Fall. He won't be talking about his record either as the residents of Massachuetts told him not to come back after only one term and a 35% approval rating.

Hemlock
Salt Lake City, UT

Obama focuses on Romney's person - the "questions" are of little relevance. Romney focuses on the current state of the US economy and debt - more easily documented and very relevant. Romney says things are not going well. Obama's response is to shoot the messenger. "Kill Romney" has been the foundation of the left's campaign.

Counter Intelligence
Salt Lake City, UT

"Some of the GOP ads being shown are less than truthful, to put it mildly."

Ah yes and everything coming out of Debbie Wasserman-Schultz's or Stephanie Cutter's mouth is pure unvarnished truth: "Felon, liar, don't know nothin' 'bout cancer causin'"

Please don't play victim when the Dems are blatantly worse

Fred44
Salt Lake City, Utah

Great campaign strategy, vote for me because the other guy is worse. Mitt, Shaun, Rush and the rest of the far right will wake up on Wednesday Nov.7th still failing to realize that America is tired of the negative campaign filled with half truths and all out lies. They will tell their far right radio listeners how horrible and evil the President is. They will convince themselves and their rabid followers that they were right and the rest of America was wrong and guess what? Barack Obama will be President for another 4 years.

Mitt Romney doesn't give a moderate any reason to vote for him, because he does not present a vision, he simply attacks and attacks. Unless and until the republicans come out of their sheltered world and realize that over half of America does not buy the Tea Party line, they will continue to lose elections. Mr. Romney not being up 10 point right now with the economy in the crapper should tell them that the country fears him and the republicans more than the current president. But hey keeping blaming everyone else and see where that gets you.

lost in DC
West Jordan, UT

Fred44,
negative campaign filled with half truths and all out lies. You're talking aobut BO's campaign, right?

Mitt give no reason to vote for him? really? Is MNSBC your only source for information?

I've spent time in a battleground state; I've seen ads from both campaigns we don't see here. NONE of BO's ads were positive or highlighted his record - NONE. Many of Romney's ads did highlight BO's abysmal performance, but many also had a positive message about Romney's successes and visions for America.

Romney:
created his own wealth in the private sector
turned hundreds of millions of deficit to a surplus in the not-for-profit sector (Olympics)
turned a multi-billion deficit into a multi-billion dollar surplus in the public sector. (Mass)

meanwhile his opponent has presided over the largest deficits in history, the longest period of high unemployment since the depression, the weakest recovery on record, wasted public funds on "green energy companies his contributors invested in, passed unpopular laws, and heralded classs warfare and divisiveness. The choice is easy.

You're right, Romney should be up 10-20 points, but with a biased media....

Fred44
Salt Lake City, Utah

lost in DC,

So are you telling me that the American people are not smart enough to see through the so called "biased" media? I would disagree, I happen to have a higher opinion of the American people. Oh and by the way I seldom watch MSNBC. I am more likely to watch Fox or CNN.

Blaming biased media is the typical right wing excuse, from the same group who complains when the President talks about the financial problems he inherited. Seems like one of those pot calling the kettle black thins again.

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