With Ohio the state to win this year, rival candidates race to drum up enthusiasm with rallies, concerts and volunteer events Barack Obama returned to the crucial battleground state of Ohio on Friday following his storm-induced break from campaigning, with a sharpened rhetoric as he scrambles for the finishing line now just four days away. In the first of three stops in Ohio on Friday, Obama poured scorn on Mitt Romney in front of a barn full of about 5,000 supporters in Hilliard outside the state capital Columbus. “Governor Romney is a very talented salesman,” he said. “He has tried as hard as he can to repackage his old policies and offer them as change.” Obama ridiculed Romney’s recent attempt to cast himself as the candidate who would bring change to Washington, accusing him of misleading the American people. “Trying to massage the facts, that ain’t change, that’s …” “Lying!” chanted the crowd obligingly.
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Posted by getsomenews.com on Nov 02, 2012