...so his VP can move up. I like Marco Rubio much better than I'm ever gonna like Romney.
Presumptive Republican nominee Mitt Romney was campaigning in
Pennsylvania ahead of the state's Tuesday primary with Marco Rubio in
tow, the US senator widely discussed as a possible running mate.
is the latest among potential vice presidential picks to hit the
campaign trail with Romney, but the first since the frontrunner's main
rival Rick Santorum bowed out of the Republican race two weeks ago.
has already pivoted toward President Barack Obama ahead of the November
election, and he told a crowd in Greencastle that Americans needed to
help him battle against the cancer that is big government.
president has a road that he's traveling down where government gets
larger and larger and metastasizes into every aspect of American life,"
Romney said late Sunday.
Obama, he said, subscribes to "a view that somehow government knows better than free people. I disagree entirely."
became the all-but-certain Republican flagbearer when Santorum, a
former senator from Pennsylvania, called it quits earlier this month.
while the frontrunner was focused on a Romney-Obama showdown, he was
making a final sweep through the Keystone State as he seeks to secure
the delegates needed to be declared the nominee.
Four other states also vote on Tuesday: Connecticut, Delaware, New York and Rhode Island.