Washington (CNN) - A new mailer from the Romney campaign portrays “Obamacare” in a particularly harsh light, claiming that President Barack Obama’s health care law would send jobs overseas and force millions off Americans off their existing coverage.
The mail piece, which landed in Virginia mailboxes late last week, says Republican nominee Mitt Romney would “take immediate steps to repeal and replace Obamacare” on the first day of his presidency.
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CNN: Team Obama: Don't expect debate 'zingers' from president
President Barack Obama's re-election campaign said Sunday the president likely won't be flinging barbs during this week's presidential debate. "If you're expecting that, that's probably not what he's going to deliver," campaign spokeswoman Jen Psaki told reporters on Air Force One. "He's speaking directly to the American people, and what they want to hear is what his plan is for moving the country forward."
CNN: Ryan notes campaign ‘missteps,’ claims media bias
GOP vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan acknowledged the Republican campaign's "missteps" on Sunday, calling Mitt Romney’s now-notorious “47%” comments “inarticulate,” while still defending the crux of his running mate’s argument. Ryan also took the media to task for what he called bias against conservatives.
Las Vegas (CNN) – President Barack Obama began his three-day debate preparation cram session by rallying voters at an outdoor event at a Las Vegas high school.
The president continued his campaign theme to create jobs, a key issue in the state of Nevada.