More passion please. In Governor Scott Walker‘s opinion, that’s the missing ingredient from Mitt Romney‘s presidential campaign. “When Governor Romney was with me in Janesville, when he was with me in Waukesha the day after Paul Ryan was selected, in both cases I saw him out on the stump, passionate about his plan to help create 12 million new jobs . . . I saw him passionate about connecting with people,” Walker said Wednesday in Madison.
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“For whatever reason, I haven’t seen enough of that on the campaign trail. I think that’s who he is. I think people want a fighter. They want somebody who’s going to fight for everyday citizens like all of us. I think that’s who Mitt Romney is, and the more he shows up, the better off he’ll be.”