President Barack Obama will use a campaign policy speech Thursday to contrast his preferred approach for the country's economic future with ideas proposed by his likely Republican opponent, Mitt Romney, people familiar with the speech said. Mr. Obama's address in Cleveland, described by his aides as a "framing" speech, isn't expected to include any major new proposals. While some of his political advisers had pushed for that, his economic team...
Yeah, good luck with that 'reframing' argument. Should be about as effective as 'the private sector is doing fine'. Meanwhile, the other shoe is about to drop on Obama before the end of the month. If he thinks he has problems now ... www.ombudizen.com
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