For months on the campaign trail, Romney has voiced skepticism of quantitative easing policies. Last week in Iowa, for instance, he told reporters that he did not think a third round of quantitative easing would have a positive economic impact. He called the second round of quantitative easing “less effective than we had hoped” at helping create jobs.
“Frankly, I think what we’re looking for is a kind of commitment in Washington to fixing the structural problems that are making it hard for our economy to recover, and some of those problems have been put in place by the president,” Romney said at a news conference in Iowa.
Chen's full statement is after the jump.