The AP on Obama’s Florida stop yesterday: “Wooing Florida voters, President Barack Obama warned Thursday that Republican challenger Mitt Romney would gut his health care reform law and turn Medicare into a voucher program, driving up costs for the elderly on fixed incomes. Romney, firing away near his Boston home base, accused Obama of caring only about saving his own job -- not the jobs of Americans. In the daily war of words in an up-for-grabs presidential contest, health care politics took top billing as Obama opened two days of campaigning in Florida, the largest and most coveted of the nation's Election Day toss-up states.”
Right before Romney’s trip abroad, David Brooks writes: “It won’t help him win many votes this year, but it should be noted that Barack Obama has been a good foreign policy president.”
“The Democratic National Committee is reining in a planned series of videos using Ann Romney’s dressage hobby to mock her husband after a reminder it is related to her multiple sclerosis therapy,” the New York Daily News writes.