Is this what the #Romney campaign calls the "high ground"?
The War on Women #WOW(again): Romney just reminded Independent voters and those that are not tuned into the election about the Republican War on Women and why Obama is leading by double digits with the women in this country that can think for themselves.
Early Voting in Ohio: The #Obama campaign believes that all Americans, including the military should be able to vote early in Ohio. After 9-10 hour lines at the polls in Ohio in 2004, Ohio was told to make it easier to vote, not harder.
Welfare Reform. Members of Romney's own party and the President that signed the law both have said that the ad is not true. Governor Mitt Romney even asked for the waiver that Candidate Mitt Romney is now against.
Email Accounts: Does Romney's campaign in Boston really want to talk about email accounts after their candidate destroyed emails and took hard drives with him when he left the Governor's office in MA (where the President is leading by 19+ points).
The Romney campaign is desperate to change the subject from his income tax returns. But the ads they are putting out and things they are saying are false. That's not called taking the "high ground".
That's called being desperate and throwing everything at the wall and hoping that something sticks, whether it is true or not.