Obama In Campaign Mode On Swing-state Jobs Tour
October 18, 2011 by staff
Obama In Campaign Mode On Swing-state Jobs Tour, The Republican National Committee launched a new ad Tuesday criticizing president’s tour bus through North Carolina and Virginia this week, taxpayer-funded campaign.
The ad, entitled “Debt End Bus Tour,” features a montage of the members of the media push the president to describe their jobs and tax reform packages and campaign style.
The announcement doubles final push Obama as a “swing state tour.” Obama was able to win two Southern states during his election victory in 2008, but both are expected to be contested in 2012.
“Instead of finding common ground with Republicans, President Obama would not campaign instead of lead,” said RNC Chairman Priebus relapse in a statement.
The criticism echoes of an attack on Monday by Senator John McCain (R-Ariz.), Obama’s rival in the final race for the White House.
“Today the President of the United States during his visit to areas of the country that have much to do, in the opinion of many, the upcoming elections, attacked and attacked our plan and not to scream,” said McCain, the President’s response to a Republican plan to create new jobs.
“In fact, it took a little back from the president and his spokesman had billed his trip as a visit paid by the taxpayer,” he continued.
The White House has pushed back the criticism that Obama’s intentions are purely political.
“It really is a kind of nut to say, ‘Well, there you are campaigning,” as if there was anything wrong with a campaign for legislation that will help grow the economy and put people back to work, “said White spokesman Jay Carney House. “So the answer is yes, that goes around the country to talk about the very thing that is in the minds of most Americans, the same thing that concerns them most, as they think Washington needs to do something about it. ”
Obama himself seemed to be trying to keep the trip to stray too far into the campaign mode on Monday during a stop in Asheville, North Carolina, where a crowd greeted him with shouts of “four more years.”
“I thank the four years, but now I’m thinking about the next 13 months,” said Obama.
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