Swing state economies are improving, the Republican Governors want to publicize it but Romney doesn’t really want them to talk about it:
The development is perhaps one of the clearest examples of the messaging predicament the Romney campaign finds itself in. For the Republican presidential nominee, the election is largely a referendum on President Obama’s handling of jobs and the economy. And with last month’s weak jobs report, he appeared to have a winning message. Yet when you ask Republican governors how things are going, especially in swing states, the economic picture starts to brighten considerably
These Governors are not just trumping the rationale behind a line of attack (like the Democratic Bain defenders tried to do) they’re usurping the rationale behind the core message of the Romney Campaign.