Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney hammered away Wednesday at President Obamas policy of granting states waivers on some welfare rules. A new poll shows Romneys negatives outweigh his positives among registered voters, while President Obamas approval rating is only marginally higher. Elsewhere, analysts say Romneys choices for a Vice Presidential running mate has been narrowed to three. In Missouri, Republicans chose a candidate to challenge Democratic Senator Claire McCaskill.
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