via: Washington Examiner
President Obama today suggested that Mitt Romney doesn’t believe he is rich enough to be president, as he emphasized Romney’s wealth at different times throughout the speech.
“[Romney ads will say] I didn’t make a lot of money in the private sector and I don’t understand it,” Obama said in Ohio, or that “I’m in over my head . . . that’s what the scary voice in the ads will say. That’s what Mr. Romney will say.”
Obama didn’t let his blue-collar audience forget that Romney is wealthy. “I don’t believe that giving someone like Mr. Romney another huge tax cut is worth ending the basic security we’ve always guaranteed [to the poor],” he said. The president argued that Romney’s tax cuts for the wealthy will require spending cuts and tax increases on the middle class due to pressure to reduce the deficit.