Columbus, Ohio (CNN) - President Barack Obama formally opened his re-election bid Saturday with two rallies in which he highlighted accomplishments over his three and a half years in the White House and argued that America can't afford to adopt Republicans' "bad ideas."
"We are making progress and now we face a choice," said the president, at his first rally at the Schottenstein Center on the campus of The Ohio State University in Columbus. "This is a make or break moment for the middle class, and we can't turn back now."
Go forward with Dems , back to horse and buggy with republicans clown car !!!!dem landslides coming , get on board . Thanks teaparty bafoons !!!!!
Well, Ohio IS a swing state in the general election. Interesting choice.
I'm fired up and ready to go...that was an awesome rally....That house was packed to the hilt...nothing Robmey can do...His (Robmey) jealousy shows by him stalking our President...That man does not know how to build up his own support...He resorts to copying, because Robmey does not have his own message.
First campaign rally? He's been campaigning for three years now, I don't see a change in his strategy of Deflect, Blame, & Ignorance.
I will vote for this president. He is the best president. Debt is created by GOP. Takes time, for USA it is nothing if all pay taxes. Bain capital paid only 13.2%. Shame.
Pretty easy folks:
Democrats help make the middle class.
Republican help break the middle class.
"President Barack Obama used the first official rally of his re-election bid to highlight the accomplishments made during his three and a half years in the White House, and to make a case for a second term in office."
Remember that quote when the low-information, mentally-deficient radical rightwing sheeple spout off (as they always do) that President Obama "can't" run on his accomplishments, or tries to "divert" attention from his accomplishments. Of course, watch the GOBP cult members act as if this quote doesn't exist.