Romney gave a speech attacking the President on the economy on Wednesday, while the President accused the GOP of being unsympathetic to those hurt by the recession.
Romney delivered his scathing denunciation of the president's policies. Aides dubbed his remarks a pre-buttal to the president's own, and early-arriving partisans heard a recorded medley of rock music that included 'It's Still the Same.'
Mitt Romney opposes the government bailout of the auto industry now. But in 2008, Mitt Romney supported the bailout. 'Why the switch?' ask some in Michigan.
Mitt Romney is saying that the auto bailout looks a lot like what he suggested in 2008. Yes, and no. But there are good reasons why Romney's bringing it up – and why Dems are fighting back.
Romney's Michigan win deepened GOP uncertainty before crucial upcoming contests.
Now, the Republican presidential nomination battle shifts from the typical tack of achieving inevitability to one where candidates work to amass the most delegates.