Strickland: "Mitt Romney Has So Little Economic Patriotism That Even His Money Needs A Passport"
Ohio's Strickland raies the volume.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Former Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland launched into a brutal assault on Mitt Romney Tuesday night on the opening night of the Democratic Convention, branding him as rich and out of touch.
"If Mitt was Santa Claus, he'd fire the reindeer and outsource the elves," he shouted, as he shouted his entire speech.
“Mitt Romney has so little economic patriotism that even his money needs a passport," he added, in a series of one-liners designed to fire up the Democratic base. "It summers on the beaches of the Cayman Islands, and winters on the slopes of the Swiss Alps.”
Strickland has emerged as one of the Obama campaign's most ruthless attack dogs, joining the ranks of Harry Reid and Martin O'Malley on the roster of surrogates willing to go as negative as necessary to damage Mitt Romney and promote the president.
"Barack Obama is betting on the American worker," Strickland added. "Mitt Romney is betting on a Bermuda shell corporation. Barack Obama saved the American auto industry. Mitt Romney saved on his taxes."