According to David Axelrod, President Obama’s senior campaign adviser, attacks on Mitt Romney’s career at Bain Capital are fair game, but jabs at his religion are off limits. He told CNN’s Candy Crowley: “And we wish that Gov. Romney would stand up as strongly and as resolutely constistently to refute these kinds of things on his side. Instead he’s amplified them in the past. And he’s put logs on that fire. And that’s not leadership.” Axelrod was referring to the attack ads by a pro-Romney super PAC that attempt to associated President Obama with the Rev. Jeremiah Wright, which Romney did, in fact, reject.