Romney sets sights on Obama after triple primary win
POSTED: Wednesday, April 4, 2012 - 3:45pm
UPDATED: Wednesday, April 4, 2012 - 3:49pm
NBC NATIONAL NEWS — The day after his triple primary win that signals to many the end of the primary season, Mitt Romney went after his likely next opponent.
"This is not the time for President Obama's hide and seek campaign," said Romney
It was a personal attack.
Romney charged that a deceptive president was unmasked when he told Russia's Medvedez he'd have more flexibility if re-elected.
Romney said that Obama’s “flexibility” just means that if the American public doesn’t know his real plans, it won’t hurt Obama in the election.
Romney sounded like he was aiming for payback.
President Obama had mocked Romney yesterday for backing the House GOP budget.
GOP candidate Rick Santorum’s daily life, for 3 more weeks, will be in Pennsylvania where he is hoping his home state will lead to a win against Romney.