Indiana Republican Gov. Mitch Daniels, a Mitt Romney supporter who has been rumored as a potential vice presidential pick, says the candidate ought not to make targeted appeals to women and Hispanic voters, but instead can win them over by speaking the "language of unity."
Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace pressed Daniels twice on how Romney can appeal specifically to those groups, given President Obama's strong advantage with them and the problematic policy positions Romney has taken regarding their interests.
"I don't think he has to at all," Daniels responded. "I think that he gives away nothing here with regard to the president, who has been very duplicitous sometimes on this very same subject. But I think he's got to speak the language, honestly, not not of narrow broadcasting -- narrowcasting, let's say -- to individual groups, as much as the language of unity that talks about the issues that unite us all, the threats that menace us all, and try to being Americans together."