The panderfest moves South, where Romney pledges to “fight for every job”:
BLUFFTON, S.C. – Mitt Romney on Wednesday swapped talk of resurrecting the auto industry that helped him in Michigan with a pledge to pay attention to textile and other industrial job losses that have punished the South.
“You’ve seen it here, in furniture. You’ve seen the textile industry, where Washington watched, saw the jobs go and go,” the Republican presidential contender told a group of senior citizens at the Sun City Hilton Head Retirement Center.
“I’m not willing to declare defeat on any industry where we can be competitive. I’m going to fight for every job,” Romney said.
Should Romney go on to win the nomination with his new populist tone, I wonder how long it will take for Democrats to run ads along these lines.
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