C. DAILY SUN: ROMNEY SAYS BIPARTISAN SOLUTIONS NEEDED

by Christian Mower on December 13, 2011

REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE MITT ROMNEY TELLS THE CONWAY DAILY SUN THE COUNTRY CANNOT AFFORD FOUR MORE YEARS UNDER PRESIDENT OBAMA.

THE SUN SAYS THAT’S THE MESSAGE THE FORMER MASSACHUSETTS GOVERNOR BROUGHT WITH HIM WHEN HE MET WITH THE PAPER’S EDITORIAL BOARD MONDAY.

“WE ARE ON A ROAD TO GREECE AND ITALY,” ROMNEY TELLS THE SUN, “THIS IS A CRISIS.”

ROMNEY TELLS THE SUN IN ORDER TO AVERT ECONOMIC DISASTER IT WILL TAKE SOMEONE IN THE PRESIDENT’S SEAT WITH A HISTORY OF CREATING JOBS – AND SOMEONE WITH EXPERIENCE REACHING ACROSS THE AISLE AND WORKING FOR BIPARTISAN SOLUTIONS, SOMETHING ROMNEY SAYS HE DID IN MASSACHUSETTS, WORKING WITH A DEMOCRATIC LEGISLATURE.

THE SUN SAYS ROMNEY ALSO SPOKE TO ABOUT 200 PEOPLE AT MADISON LUMBER MILL IN OSSIPEE MONDAY.

WRITER: MACKENZIE TUE DEC 13 2011 FROM THE CONWAY DAILY SUN, TUESDAY DEC. 13, 2011