, candidate for the Republican nomination ahead of November's presidential election, is directing its attacks on his Democratic opponent Barack Obama, still unfinished primaries of his party.
Romney has set aside Bid with, his closest opponent, to devote himself fully to attack President Obama, accusing him of "getting their political inspiration from the capitals of Europe." With these statements, the former governor of Massachusetts suggested that his opponent is elitist and no contact with the people.
The Democratic campaign committee, almost convinced that Romney will be elected by the "elephants" to contest the presidential chair, launched television ads linking the Republican candidate with the major oil companies at a time when high gasoline prices threaten to continue to affect the economy of the voters.
One of television advertising stressed that Romney "sided with big oil, for its tax loopholes, attacking the higher mileage standards and renewable energy . " The White House sharply criticized Republicans for the budget plan recently passed by the House of Representatives, sponsored by Rep.and backed Romney.
According to experts Democrats, this plan will affect the Medicare health plan , sponsored by the government for older people, reduce taxes for the rich and make deep cuts in aid programs for college students and road and rail projects.