Obama Campaign Tweaks Romney On Super Tuesday Stalemate: ‘Super Glue Day’ More Like It, Says Axelrod
Top Obama campaign strategists David Axelrod and Jim Messina held a conference call with reporters this morning and teased Mitt Romney for his failure to put away the opposition in last night’s Super Tuesday contests.
“In every primary we have seen just how disappointed Republicans are in their candidates and how dissatisfied they are with their choices,” Mr. Messina said. “In state after state Republican voters have stated home and frankly I don’t blame them. On Super Tuesday we saw that dissatisfaction get super-sized.”
“The Romney Campaign wanted to put the campaign away,” Mr. Axelrod added. “Instead of Super Tuesday it became ‘Super Glue Day.’ They are still stuck with Santorum and with Gingrich and with the prospect of a long race here.” Read More