Come to think of it, this is a presidency to nowhere.
Keeping his focus on the economy instead of a negative ad blitz, Mitt Romney slammed a Granite State boondoggle funded by President Obama’s stimulus plan in the swing state this afternoon.
“This is the absolute bridge to nowhere if there ever was one,” said Romney of a fenced off 19th century stone bridge that doesn’t allow anyone to cross. “That’s your stimulus dollars at work.”
The bridge, which used to be called Sawyer Bridge, got more than $150,000 from Obama’s stimulus bill. It ends with an 8-foot drop and hasn’t had vehicle traffic since the 1800s.
The presumptive Republican nominee didn’t bring up a recent ad by President Obama slamming him for his work at Bain Capital after facing his own attack ad issues.
What, it’s his job to mention false attack ads against him?