Potential vice presidential contender Tim Pawlenty, traversing the nation stumping for Mitt Romney, told a Miami radio station Thursday that with the exception of killing Osama Bin Laden, President Obama doesn’t have anything to brag about.
The radio actuality, distributed by the Romney campaign, has the former Minnesota governor attacking Obama’s record of passing health care reform (“Obamacare”), trying to end tax breaks for the rich, and passing a “porky” economic stimulus bill, all of which Pawlenty told WIOD are unpopular.
“So with the exception of killing Osama bin Laden, he really doesn’t have any accomplishments, or any popular accomplishments, and so he has only one main pathway to try to get reelected, which is to be negative and tear down Mitt Romney…”
Here's the clip:
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