By Alexander Bolton - 10/18/11 07:08 PM EDT
Senate Majority Leader Harry ReidHarry ReidDHS urges states to beef up election security DHS chief: 21 states sought help over election hacking concerns The missed opportunity of JASTA MORE (D-Nev.) on Tuesday took a rare swipe at a Republican presidential candidate, criticizing Mitt Romney for campaigning against foreclosure relief.
“He would just let [homeowners] hit rock bottom,” Reid told reporters. “I don’t know what’s more graphic than that in how we have different views of what the world should be like than our Republican friends.”
“Don’t try and stop the foreclosure process, let it run its course and hit the bottom,” Romney said. “Allow investors to buy homes, put renters in them, fix the homes up and let it around and come back up. The Obama adminstration has slow-walked the foreclosure process.”
A GOP presidential debate is being held Tuesday night in Nevada.