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April 3, 2012
Mitt Romney’s victory speech is focused entirely on the President tonight: “In Barack Obama’s government-centered society, tax increases become a desired tool for social justice. …there’s always somebody entitled to something more.”

Mitt Romney’s victory speech is focused entirely on the President tonight: “In Barack Obama’s government-centered society, tax increases become a desired tool for social justice. …there’s always somebody entitled to something more.”

22:20 // 2 years ago
The coronation bells are ringing, at least that’s how Mitt Romney seems to see it. On the heels of a three-state sweep (according to Wisconsin projections from CBS and Fox News), the GOP frontrunner delivered a speech dripping with the aura of inevitability that surrounded the start of his campaign, wavered against challenger after challenger, but ultimately now looks restored in full force. His victory speech tonight was, for all practical purposes, a red-meat general election speech — eschewing talk of his GOP rivals to roast the President — and touched on many of the themes we can expect to see over the next several months, primarily disparagement of President Obama’s economic policies, knowledge, and philosophy. Particularly notable, and we suspect it foreshadows the narrative to come, was a repeated phrase: “In Barack Obama’s government-centered society…” (Photo by Gage Skidmore, who you may have heard of.)

The coronation bells are ringing, at least that’s how Mitt Romney seems to see it. On the heels of a three-state sweep (according to Wisconsin projections from CBS and Fox News), the GOP frontrunner delivered a speech dripping with the aura of inevitability that surrounded the start of his campaign, wavered against challenger after challenger, but ultimately now looks restored in full force. His victory speech tonight was, for all practical purposes, a red-meat general election speech — eschewing talk of his GOP rivals to roast the President — and touched on many of the themes we can expect to see over the next several months, primarily disparagement of President Obama’s economic policies, knowledge, and philosophy. Particularly notable, and we suspect it foreshadows the narrative to come, was a repeated phrase: “In Barack Obama’s government-centered society…” (Photo by Gage Skidmore, who you may have heard of.)

22:18 // 2 years ago
So join me. Walk together. Take another step toward November 6th!
Mitt Romney, with his second and closing reference to a hypothetical “November 6th” with a defeated Barack Obama, during his Wisconsin victory speech tonight.
22:04 // 2 years ago
"A lot of Americans have given up on the President, but they haven’t thought about giving up. Not on themselves.”

"A lot of Americans have given up on the President, but they haven’t thought about giving up. Not on themselves.”

22:01 // 2 years ago
I will cut marginal taxes across the board, I want to get good jobs in this country. Let’s lower taxes for employers!
Mitt Romney, pitching his vision of (among other things) free-market enterprise and lower taxation on businesses.
21:58 // 2 years ago