Presidential race takes nasty turn
Romney, Obama campaigns trade some low blows
When President Obama was in Cleveland recently to give an economic speech, the campaign bus for Mitt Romney showed up, honking. Then circling around. Then honking some more. When Romney traveled through Pennsylvania on a six-state bus tour, Democrats had protesters, including former Governor Ed Rendell, go to a WaWa convenience store where Romney was slated to appear. Romney then diverted his bus to another WaWa. This race for president -- one that will decide who will occupy the most powerful office in the world – has in recent weeks degenerated into a heckling war, to determine who can be the loudest, and who can be heard the most.