GOPmust be nominated first in order to attack Obama: A reaction
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Since the start of 2012 U.S. presidential election campaign, Mitt Romney has been observed to have started his attacks on President Barack Obama. Every American voter knows Romney is one of four aspirants seeking party nomination for president. In other words, he is still to be nominated presidential candidate. Not yet a candidate. It appears that the former Massachusetts Governor has been out of order somewhere on his tirades against Obama. Who have been listening to him? Probably, only the fools have been listening to him.
Romney must first be a nominated candidate of his party so that American voters will listen to his criticisms against Obama. Romney’s punches and jabs on Obama somewhere in the campaign trail are just strikes on the moon. Those are seen as stone throws which do not land on the moon. They lack the weights and impacts on Obama because the one unleashing them still has no legitimacy as a presidential candidate of the Republican Party. He must be sure to be nominated as presidential candidate in order to go on attacking Obama.
In a recent news report, Stephen Manual said as quoted, “Mitt Romney accuses Obama of hiding agenda”. Why Romney minds Obama’s agenda instead of concentrating on his own platforms and priorities? This is viewed as a desperate insecurity of Romney. Definitely, Obama has a timetable for the full disclosure of his 2012 re-election agenda and priorities. Or probably, Obama’s platforms of government have been announced but Romney failed or simply refused to listen.
Observers from within and outside U.S.A may have likened the on-going political season to the sequences of the day. There are Sunrise, Mid day, Sundown and Night time. Probably, Obama’s campaign is still between Sunrise and Noon. So Romney has to wait between Noon and almost Sundown for the agenda of Obama and so, most likely he will then, be a presidential candidate of his party.
Romney must focus attention to his own plow instead of concentrating on the plow of Obama. If he continues to do that, he will find his plow going crooked and eventually out of tract somewhere or throughout the campaign path.