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Rep. W. Todd Akin of Missouri does not represent Mitt Romney, nor do Mr. Akin's absurd misconceptions of how the female body functions represent the views of Mr. Romney on the matter ("Democrats run ad in Tampa paper tying Romney to Akin," Web, Tuesday).
Mitt Romney is the second coming of former President George W. Bush. This is the false argument being peddled by Democrats and their liberal media allies. President Obama ceaselessly stresses that the Republican candidate will return America "to the failed policies of the past."
As Mitt Romney formally emerges from the Republican National Convention this week as the party's presidential nominee, many delegates on Wednesday cited his pro-businesses experience as their main attraction to the former Massachusetts governor.
In a time of deep deficits and tight budgets, President Obama says the Defense Department cannot be entirely spared the scalpel. But Mitt Romney, his likely opponent in November's election, says the U.S. must spend more on the Pentagon now because it will pay off with a stronger economy in the long run.
It's no surprise that a presidential candidate would make a point of visiting England and Israel. But with the close race for the White House entering its final phase, it's not self-evident why Mitt Romney chose Poland as the only other destination on his first international trip as the presumptive Republican nominee.
Vice President Joseph R. Biden on Thursday attacked former Supreme Court nominee Robert Bork, an adviser to GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney, for plotting to roll back civil rights gains if Mr. Romney defeats President Obama in November.