The Difference between Romney and Obama (Picture)

In the build-up to the Super Tuesday primaries, in 2012 and 2008, candidates Romney and Obama, respectively, addressed crowds in stadiums. Here is the difference.

Difference between Romney and Obama

Originally from Thinkprogress, Originally submitted by Marika S. and Kevin R.

h/t moveon.org.

7 Responses

  1. Fantastic photos. That’s about how the percentages will go in the National election……. if everyone VOTES this time!!

  2. Terrible optics, but that the football stadium is 4 times the size of the basketball arena makes it look worse.

  3. Maybe Romney’s (semi-)homestate supporters are afraid to drive from the suburbs into the dark scary place.

  4. Yes, the Xcel Center is a hockey arena. Obama still filled the thing to overflowing.

    The other thing to notice is how, with the exception of South Carolina where the anti-Mitt vote coalesced behind Gingrich in a massive effort to keep Romney from steamrollering his way to a gimme nomination, the primary turnout in 2012 has either been similar to or markedly less than that of 2008.

    The Republicans don’t like the Clown Car of GOP candidates, either.

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