Today on “State of the Union,” we heard competing visions for America’s future from two political figures representing both sides of the debate. California Governor Jerry Brown (D) compared Mitt Romney to Thomas Dewey, the former unsuccessful Republican presidential candidate. "Romney almost reminds me of Thomas Dewey…He symbolized the wealthy East and then Truman was fighting more for the common man," said Gov. Brown. Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, a man who had a stormy relationship with Bill Clinton, thought the former president’s convention speech was “eerily anti-Obama.” "Here's Clinton saying, 'I reformed welfare because I worked with Republicans; you didn't, Mr. Obama.' He didn't say it that way, but think about it: 'I had the longest period of economic growth in history; you didn't, Mr. Obama. I got to four balanced budgets by working with Republicans; you didn't, Mr. Obama,'" said Gingrich. FULL POST
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