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Romney campaign has Obama team worried



Last modified: Monday, January 02, 2012
I urge voters to join me in supporting Mitt Romney in the Republican primary on Jan. 10. Romney is the most experienced, credible and qualified candidate who can lead the effort to hold President Obama to his own promises and performance standards and make him a one-term president. The Obama re-election team also knows it, which is why they started attacking him long before any votes have been cast.

In February 2009, President Obama told NBC News that 'one nice thing about the situation I find myself in is that I will be held account-able. . . . If I don't have this done in three years, then there's going to be a one-term proposition.' Romney is the only candidate who has consistently thrown those words back at the President, and it has the Obama re-election team worried.

Throughout his business, political and philanthropic careers, Romney has been held accountable, and he has held others accountable for delivering (or not delivering) on their promises. Whether it was earning profits for investors, fixing problems at the Olympics, or ridding Massachusetts government of the likes of Billy Bulger and Matt Amorello, Romney gets results. In 1994, Romney also held Ted Kennedy to the tightest re-election margin of his career.

Romney is also a true friend of New Hampshire and solidly committed to our first-in-the-nation primary. I urge you to support Romney.

MARK DERBY

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