APPLETON, Wis. — Four days before the Republican presidential primary here, Mitt Romney swept into Wisconsin, sounding general election themes and offering a forceful — and at times lyrical — speech laying out a stark and clear contrast between himself and President Obama.
“Barack Obama and I have fundamentally different visions for America,” Mr. Romney said Friday. “He spent the last three or four years laying the foundation for a new government-centered society. I will spend the next four years rebuilding the foundation of our opportunity society, led by free people and their free enterprises.”
If Mr. Romney adopted the tone of the presumptive nominee in his formal speech — delivered in a dark suit and red power tie — he also arrived in Wisconsin with the air of a front-runner, ahead in the polls and with the backing of prominent Republicans.IT'S TIME SANTORUM AND NEWT AND PAUL DROPPED OUT SE WE CAN FOCUS ON DEFEATING OBAMA AND RESTORING AMERICA!