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Obama, Romney butt heads on on economy

09-02-2012 07:25 BJT

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President Barack Obama says his Republican presidential rival Mitt Romney offers no new ideas on the economy. Quote "retreads of the same old policies". Obama says he will present his vision for the economy at the Democratic nominating convention next week in Charlotte, North Carolina, where he will formally accept the Democratic presidential nomination.

Barack Obama, UN President, said, "Now, this Thursday night, I will offer you what I believe is a better path forward; a path that grows this economy, creates more good jobs, strengthens the middle class. And the good news is, you get to choose which path we take. We can take their path or we can take the path I’m going to present."


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