|From a Romney rally in Lebanon, Ohio.|
During the 2008 campaign, then-Senator Obama stated: "If you don't have a record to run on, you paint your opponent as someone people should run from. You make a big election about small things." Ask yourself; Binders? Big Bird? Bain Capital? Are these the big issues that will inspire an electorate in a national election for the country's highest office? Are we really that tuned out of the big issues, the ones that will decide whether the United States continues its position as economic and military leader of the Western world? Or maybe this is the most pertinent question, electorally speaking: Does this feel like the way a winning campaign acts two weeks before an election?