By CNN's Jack Cafferty:
Mitt Romney is coming under fire from some conservatives when it comes to the economy.
Bill Kristol of the Weekly Standard says that Romney won't be able to win in November if voters don't think he has a clear plan to fix the economy.
Radio host Laura Ingraham also took a swipe at Romney - wondering why he's taking vacation when "we have a country to save."
The Wall Street Journal, now owned by Rupert Murdoch, says Romney needs to get more specific about how he would do a better job than Obama:
"The Romney campaign thinks it can play it safe and coast to the White House by saying the economy stinks and it's Mr. Obama's fault."
In fairness to Mr. Romney some of this griping is coming from conservative quarters that weren't thrilled with him in the first place.
Romney has a plan for jobs and economic growth laid out on his website.
And the likely Republican nominee has talked about how he would do things like lower tax rates, lift the barriers to the Keystone Pipeline, curb some regulatory policies that he says have driven up energy costs and repeal Obamacare.
Meanwhile what about President Obama? With another grim jobs report for June, unemployment is stuck at over 8% and job growth is weak.
If unemployment stays where it is - or goes higher - before November, it might be tough for the president to convince millions of unemployed Americans that he can feel their economic pain. Plus the national debt and annual deficits are out of control on his watch.
A recent CNN/ORC poll shows Americans just about split down the middle when it comes to who would better handle the economy.
Here’s my question to you: Whom do you trust more to turn around the economy: President Obama or Mitt Romney?
Tune in to the Situation Room at 5pm to see if Jack reads your answer on air.
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