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Romney Distances Himself From Bush

Refuses to say we’re better off now that eight years ago–a clear liberally biased question, but Romney shifts to talking about his record in Massachusetts, and says Bush can defend his own record. Perhaps necessary for the general election, but to those economic conservatives who feel that the Bush economy has been good, it came off as a bit weasely.

McCain is a bit kinder to Bush, saying that overall things have improved, but there are concerns now.

This is weird though. Romney has been hammering McCain for opposing the Bush tax cuts, yet most conservatives who attack McCain on that do so on the basis of believing the tax cuts stimulaed the economy. So why wouldn’t Romney defend the Bush economic record?

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