Obama Adviser Acknowledges Debate Shortcomings
Campaign adviser Robert Gibbs blamed Obama's shortcomings on Romney's refusal to discuss key positions.
Gibbs criticized Mitt Romney for a "misleading and dishonest" campaign, noting Romney's vague tax plan that would slash tax rates by 20 percent across the board, without adding to the deficit.
The Obama campaign pounced on Romney's lack of specifics, charging Romney's plan would increase the debt by $5 trillion, instead of remaining deficit neutral through loopholes yet to be addressed.
In response, Romney's senior adviser Ed Gillespie said the Obama camp acted like a 7-year-old who "loses a checkers game and, in a fit, sweeps the pieces off the board."
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