The Economist magazine editorializes about President Obama: "No administration in many decades has had such a poor appreciation of commerce. Previous Democrats, notably Bill Clinton, raised taxes, but still understood capitalism. Bashing business seems second nature to many of the people around Mr Obama. ...the White House itself has too often seemed insular and left-leaning....Mr Obama came into office promising to end 'our chronic avoidance of tough decisions' on reforming its finances—and then retreated fast, as he did on climate change and on immigration. Disgracefully, he ignored the suggestions of the bipartisan Bowles-Simpson deficit commission that he himself set up. More tellingly, he has failed to lay out a credible plan for what he will do in the next four years. Virtually his entire campaign has been spent attacking Mr Romney, usually for his wealth and success in business."
That's in an editorial endorsing Mr. Obama on the grounds that Mr. Romney is "too uncritically supportive of Israel."
The Romney campaign may want to consider distributing copies of the editorial to Jewish voters in Florida, Ohio, and Pennsylvania.