"On the central issue that will define his presidency — a stalled U.S. economy weighed down by crushing annual deficits and accumulated debt — Obama showed himself to be less leader than follower....
...For that reason, this newspaper recommends Republican challenger Mitt Romney for president.
We see evidence of Obama’s shortcomings in his re-election campaign, a relentlessly negative push to disqualify his opponent instead of standing on his accomplishments. His campaign has worn voters’ patience thin by constantly blaming predecessor George W. Bush for 'the mess he left behind....'
...Romney had to survive a fractious primary by steering too far right on some issues. At his core, however, we see him as a 'Chamber of Commerce Republican,' more attuned to business interests than the tea party/social conservatism that defines today’s GOP...."
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