|CBS News: 'Mittmentum is Real'|
|by Tom McGregor||Sat, Nov 3, 2012, 11:49 PM|
In signs that GOP nominee Mitt Romney's campaign is surging for victory, mainstream media outlets are beginning to report on stronger momentum for the Republican presidential candidate.
CBS News reports that, "there's a moment that arrives now and again in presidential campaign speeches when the candidate say, 'if I'm President,’ and then corrects himself: 'when I'm president.' This is a crowd favorite and usually gets a healthy round of cheers. Then the candidate moves on. When Mitt Romney said this on Thursday morning in Cincinnati, the crowd reacted as if it was election night and he’d just been declared president – and they’ve been given a new car. For 30 seconds they screamed and cheered."
|< Prev||Next >|