Larry Kudlow at the New York Sun:
"While the economy is the biggest election-year issue,
it’s also Mr. Romney’s greatest strength."
One would think two and two would equal four, but nothing works like it's supposed to in the Age of Obama. You'll see that Kudlow thinks Obama "owns" this economy, but I'm inclined to disagree. From everything I've seen (though I haven't seen everything), I think Obama's propaganda has most people still believing that the bad economy is Bush's fault, or that of Republican policies in general.
Romney’s Economic-Approval Rating Soars Over President’s, New Polls Show
... Overall disappointment on the economy is undoubtedly why the former governor of Massachusetts has such a strong lead in economic approval.
A Wall Street Journal/NBC poll puts that lead at six points [40-34]. Rasmussen has it at ten [49-39]. And Quinnipiac has voter disapproval of Mr. Obama’s handling of the economy at a whopping 56% ....
.... Mr. Obama owns the economic angst. His big-government policies have not solved it. All his finger pointing and blame-game, enemies-list excuses are not working. That’s really what the polls are telling us. And unless something very big and very positive happens to the economy in the next few months, Mr. Obama is in a heap of trouble.
In this new Romney ad, the stats are plenty depressing and scarey all by themselves. The eerie music is just overkill.
This one on the other hand, I think is excellent. And the music is MUCH better.