Did you people not see his victory speech the other night? He's so much better as a candidate than he was 6 (even 2) years ago
It really was a brilliant speech. It shows that some of Obama's rhetoric can backfire. Obama may get short-term gains from attacking Romney's wealth, but it is gonna get dangerously close to class warfare.
Mitt Romney will have an edge up on this issue by the time Obama is finished overusing his attacks on "rich businessman Romney."
The only class warfare of these past 30+ years or so (though Clinton was a refreshing break from the Reactionary Party attack on the middle class given virtually all the gains in US median incomes since 1981 occurred during his presidency and he was able to constrain the GOP's ruinous anti-tax jihadism) that has been waged has been in favour of the plutocratic elite
Would any President Romney take America back to more Clinton fiscally responsible and slightly
more progressive rates of taxation, especially on the wealthiest? Or will it more of that, frankly, unaffordable supply-side together with spending cuts that would be certain to have a more detrimental impact on the middle class and the poorest?