'Prosecuting' Obama and other Republican sayings
Over the weekend, the New York Times reported that Mitt Romney is adopting a "harder" message for his final stretch.
“We still have an opportunity to tell the story of the last four years of how President Obama has failed the country," said Russ Schriefer, a senior campaign adviser.
And Republicans have come out swinging.
This morning party chairman Reince Priebus said on a morning talk show that the GOP needs to "prosecute" the president.
“Prosecute?” interjected host Charlie Rose.
“We need to prosecute the president who seems to be in love with the sound of his own voice,” said the chairman.
Karl Rove, an influential Republican strategist, is also on the offensive, saying today Obama has failed to produce a new vision for the country, instead campaigning on the myth that Romney is a "vampire capitalist."