The Denver Post endorses President Obama for reelection and pans Mitt Romney as not the centrist he was as Massachusetts governor, saying it doesn’t believe he would stand up to the Tea Party elements in the Republican Party.
Denver Post: A largely intransigent Republican Party shares in the blame, however, particularly because of unwillingness to cede any ground to Obama in the last two years on policies — such as the president’s American Jobs Act — that attempt to bolster the economy.
And though there is much in Mitt Romney’s résumé to suggest he is a capable problem-solver, the Republican nominee has not presented himself as a leader who will bring his party closer to the center at a time when that is what this country needs.
His comments on the 47 percent of Americans who refuse to “take personal responsibility and care for their lives” were a telling insight into his views and a low point of the campaign.
Obama, on the other hand, has shown throughout his term that he is a steady leader who keeps the interests of a broad array of Americans in mind.
We urge Coloradans to re-elect him to a second term.
Read more:Endorsement: Barack Obama for president – The Denver Posthttp://www.denverpost.com/opinion/ci_21804862/editorial-barack-obama-president#ixzz29nPsZMUs
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