Yeah, The Politico is saying that the Obama campaign, they’re gonna go back to the issue of Romney’s tax returns, and they’re gonna go back to the issue of Bain Capital. Folks, I’m telling you, they’re out of ideas. They’ve fired their best guns. They fired all their ammo at the Obama campaign. What did they think was gonna be the turning point? Now I’m having a mental block. They thought that something — not the 47%. It was something they thought — it might have been the 47%. Anyway, Benghazi happened and it’s thrown everything out of kilter now.

So now the Bain business, the company that Bain invested in that’s outsourcing jobs to China is a company called Sensata. But guess what? The New York Times is reporting the following: “President Obama has as much as $100,000 in a state retirement plan that contains shares of Sensata Technologies, the same auto parts company controlled by Bain that is closing its Illinois factory.” Obama’s an investor. But the point is, Romney has nothing to do with this decision. He hasn’t been at Bain in 20 years. Now, you notice the campaign, the Obama regime going back to try to tie Romney to Bain, isn’t it fascinating? The same people who think Romney is responsible for a company he left 12 years ago are the same people who think that Obama is not responsible for the last four years of the US economy.

Now, how does that work? I’m telling you, I don’t want to go overboard here in my optimism. Even poor little Ezra Klein, a poor guy, Ezra Klein, he’s a journalist leader. He’s one of the Drive-Bys. He is a young wunderkind. I mean this guy is the future of the Drive-By Media. He’s got a blog and he writes stuff at the Washington Post. He’s got a piece today, he’s worried that Obama has no vision, Obama lost the vision thing. At least Romney’s got a vision. Romney’s got a five-point plan. Romney’s telling people what he’s gonna do. Obama hasn’t. And Ezra’s worried, very disappointed.

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