This will be the part of Romney’s campaign that should draw the most attention, and the most criticism, from the democrats. We’ll see if they can keep it in the forefront, — as it should be.
Romney already shifted his position on student loans, agreeing with Obama’s push to extend federal interest rates at 3.4 percent after making the case in March that taxpayers should not subsidize loans at below-market rates. Rates are set to double to 6.8 percent in July
Does any sane person think that Romney could have gotten away with this position during one of those “let ’em all die!” republican debates earlier this year?
The people in those audiences,… the hard-core republican/conservative base,… would have taken him out at the knees.
But what we’ll see is Mitt coming back towards the center when he sees it’s necessary. And it will be.
The Etch a Sketch will get a serious workout in the coming months.