Earlier today I brought you a list of Obama's broken promises he made in Iowa four years ago, courtesy of the RNC. We caught up with DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman-Schultz earlier today and she thinks Obama has kept the promises he made in Iowa four years ago, implying that Americans are better off today than they were before Obama was elected. Wasserman-Schultz also made it clear Mitt Romney is target number one on the Democrat's list of GOP candidates.
"At the end of the day, this is going to be a campaign that will present a dramatic contrast for American voters. They will be able to choose between President Obama who has been fighting hard and making sure that we went from the precipous of economic disaster, bleeding 750,000 jobs a month to now three years later we've had 22 straight months of private sector job growth."
Wasserman-Schultz also cited the stimulus package as a success off camera.
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