Mitt Romney called June's unemployment figures "unacceptably high," and placed the blame squarely on President Obama this Friday. "It doesn't have to be this way," the former governor said, adding that “the president's policies are not working." The speech comes as other right-wing leaders have increased attacks on the presumptive Republican candidate's "play-it-safe strategy." Former New Hampshire Governor John H. Sununu, a Romney surrogate, announced on CNN that the campaign needs to move toward "simple, tough, declarative sentences." As the economy wavers with stagnating employment figures, Romney promised Friday to cut corporate taxes and ease regulatory burdens.
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