Romney Guest Lectures College Students

On the heels on President Obama's two-day, three-college tour, Mitt Romney visited Otterbein University, a small liberal arts college in Ohio, where he ate burgers and chatted with seniors about the economy, politics and the dangers of being swept up by rhetoric. "I suggest that in the campaign ahead and in the campaigns of various officers running for various positions ahead, that you consider not just the brilliance of their words, but also the facts of their record," he said, without naming any names. Earlier in the week Romney's advisers said he would be reintroducing himself to the public as the presumptive nominee. NBC's First Read Blog notes that, in what might be part of that reintroduction, Romney spent ample time talking about his business background, and just lightly touched on the day's disappointing economic news.

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