Gov. Daniels Says Convention Strikes Positive Chord
Governor Mitch Daniels says he hopes Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan don't "blow the opportunity" to convince Americans that there is a positive way to lead America forward.
The Governor weighed in on the Republican Presidential Convention in Tampa, Florida. The Governor says Mitt Romney's wife Ann and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie did a good job of putting a "positive and optimistic face" to America. Romney and Christie addressed the convention Tuesday night. The Governor says it's his belief that they represented the "right way" to campaign.
On the issue of the Presidential race becoming more heated and even nasty at times, The Governor says President Obama opted long ago to lead the campaign in that direction. The Governor cited the "bad" condition of the nation and lack of optimism. He says the Obama administration is working hard to make Mitt Romney appear unacceptable to Americans. He says he hopes the Romney ticket will resist the temptation to go negative and convince Americans that the nation can remain great.