Most major polls now have Mitt Romney with a slim advantage over Barack Obama. With only a few days left before Americans go to the polls, the former governor has scheduled what's being called a "major" economic speech for tomorrow in Iowa. A top campaign advisor to Romney told CNN that the speech was aimed at "reinforcing the big choice in November." Considering the lack of optimism for 2013, both candidates are focusing their final arguments on economics. After months of criticism for not giving more details about a second term agenda, Obama released a glossy 20-page booklet this week that has been panned by both the Romney camp and media commentators as a magic book with nothing new.
On 'Real News' Thursday the panel discussed what Romney needs to say Friday about his vision in contrast to the president's plan.