A number of the latest polls have President Barack Obama expanding his lead over Mitt Romney, suggesting Romney’s presidential campaign is in need of a course correction.
On Monday’s broadcast of “Morning Joe” on MSNBC, host Joe Scarborough said the Romney campaign shouldn’t take the news lightly. Scarborough suggested Romney should start aggressively offering specifics.
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“I mean, Mitt Romney is in trouble. You said what I felt on Saturday night, after reading this Politico article and a lot of other articles — that this is a moment where you can look back and say, ‘Alright, you know what? They had to change paths at this point, or else they couldn’t have won.’ And I think we are there. After the conventions on Labor Day, after Labor Day, they have to start being aggressive, and they have to start being specific, and they have to start telling Americans where they’re going to take this country. They’re going to have to jolt people with facts.”
Read More at the Daily Caller. By Jeff Poor.