Saturday, October 29, 2011
President Obama is out on the campaign trail, and seems to be centering his focus on just one Republican candidate, and that would be Mitt Romney. The President feels that only the candidates that can last with needed funds to run a successful campaign would be the ones to actually work against. At the top of the list is Mitt Romney, who has more funds than any of the candidates, and unlike past campaigns, it appears to President Obama that Romney will stay the course until the Republican Presidential candidate it picked. There are over a dozen more Republican debates left, and the President had admittedly said that he does not want to focus on any of the candidates that will not make it through the debates or the ones who cannot handle the costs of such an election. Therefore, for now, he is concentrating his campaign with ads showing that Mitt Romney is a "flip-flop" candidate. Romney has been quoted more than just a couple of times changing his views on issues. The President sees no need to wait to start his campaign againt viable Republican candidates. It will be a matter of time before President Obama elects to start a campaign agains Herman Cain, but all indications are that eventually Herman Cain will also drop out of the race.