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Candidates talk jobs, Jeeps, and revenge in Ohio mad dash -- Daily Trail

Saturday, 03 Nov, 2012 - 02:59

President Barack Obama and GOP challenger Mitt Romney all but bumped into each other in their frenzied bid to reach voters in Ohio. The topics of the day: October's solid jobs report, Romney's Jeep ads, and Obama's remark that ''voting is the best revenge.'' (November 2, 2012)

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And today our businesses have created nearly five. 1000000 new jobs this morning we learned the companies hired more workers in October than at any time in the last day. He said he was got a lower the unemployment rate down to five point 2% right now today we learned that it's actually seven point 9% and that's nine. Million jobs short of what he promised him. Got. Massaging the facts whether inconvenient to your campaign. That's definitely an accident that -- his record in the book. That's what goes around has been on his left -- you can see right here in Ohio. Folks who work at the G plant. I've been having to call their employers the Wharton. Asking if their jobs have been shipped to China. And the reason the word is because they saw -- run by governor Romney saying. Jeep plant we're gonna be shipped job jobs. Obama -- GM and Chrysler into bankruptcy and sold Chrysler to Italians we're going to build jeeps in China. Mitt Romney looked like for every American jobs I'm Mitt Romney yeah. And of course it turns out. It's not -- The car companies themselves. I've told governor -- I don't. Don't you both. Now throughout this campaign. Bombers tried to convince you that these last four years of success -- Owning a plan for the next four years. He wants to take all the things he did in his first term the stimulus the borrowing. Obama -- all the rest and then -- all over again. But our big dreams I'd be satisfied with the smaller tenants -- mailed us. And today -- Jewish immigrants and Obama's. And he asked his supporters -- For -- Former managing. Instead I asked the American people to vote for love of country. --

Candidates talk jobs, Jeeps, and revenge in Ohio mad dash -- Daily Trail

Saturday, 03 Nov, 2012 - 02:59

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