The U.S. presidential race now seems reduced to a dispute between two men:and Barack Obama. With each day, and according to recent polls, the chances of the former governor of Massachusetts to become the candidate of the Republican Party, which drives away the possibilities of its nearest rival, former Senator of Pennsylvania.
They already competition exists between the applicant and the confession Mormon president, who in November will aim to re-election for another four years, commented to The Christian Science Monitor.
It is quite obvious that Romney is the virtual nominee, said Republican Minority Leader in the Senate, Mitch McConnell. During the week ending Romney sought the support of the conservative camp figures as former President George HW Bush, Florida Governorand the state senator , recalled the publication.
The former governor also managed to wangle the support of so-called Tea Party, the ultraconservative wing of the political formation. Romney made clear he is seen as the main contender for the White House during a speech Friday at Lawrence University in Appleton, Wisconsin.Barack Obama and I have divergent views of the United States, considered in a campaign before the primaries next Tuesday in the Midwestern state.
The president spent the last three or four years laying the groundwork for a new government focused on society, said . I will spend the next four years to rebuild the foundations of our society of opportunity and free enterprise, said Romney. certainly President Obama did not cause the recession, but has failed in leading the recovery, he said.
Al emphasized while the job losses, poverty rates, foreclosures and health care reform passed by the current administration which, he estimated, "discourages small businesses to hire new workers." A recent survey CNN and the agency ORC International has revealed, however, that Obama consolidates his lead over Republicans. If presidential elections were held today the president would win by a margin of 54 by 43 percent to Romney, who leads the opposition party race to the White House, illustrated.