GOP Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney holds a rally at Horizontal Wireline Services in Irwin, Pennsylvania.
He discusses his views on the economy and how they differ with President Obama. Romney will also be holding a town hall rally in Ohio on Wednesday. There is speculation that Mitt Romney may announce his Vice Presidential choice in the next week.
Earlier today, former New Hampshire Governor John Sununu held a conference call about the President's economic record and the Romney campaign's recent charges that the Obama administration has played favorites with businesses owned by political supporters.
During the call, Fmr. Gov. Sununu said "I wish this president would learn how to be an American."
"The president clearly demonstrated that he has absolutely no idea how the American economy functions. The men and women all over America who have worked hard to build these businesses, their businesses from the ground up is how our economy became the envy of the world -- it is the American way," said Sununu, the former White House Chief of Staff under the first President Bush.
Media reports quickly seized on the statements, but even without those highly-charged quotes the tone of the call, which also included four small business owners, was overwhelmingly negative. Both campaigns have been noted by the media in the past week of employing overly negative rhetoric.