Mitt Acts Like He Cares
Mitt starts to act like his goals weren't met when he won the GOP nomination. Apparently, he wants to go all the way to the White House.
On a day the candidate was joined by golf legend and Ohio native Jack Nicklaus, a new poll by Quinnipiac University and The New York Times spelled trouble for Romney.
It said that Democratic President Barack Obama - who also campaigned in Ohio on Wednesday - leads Romney in Ohio by 10 percentage points and is ahead in two other important states - Florida and Pennsylvania - by similar margins.
Ohio and Florida are politically divided states central to Romney's hopes to amass the 270 electoral votes needed for victory, and losing either could be disastrous for the Republican.
The survey suggested that Romney, who was trailing Obama by a smaller margin at the beginning of last week, has been significantly damaged by the disclosure of a secretly taped video of him speaking at a private fundraiser in May.
Maybe Mitt thrives under pressure.