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Publish Date02/11/2012 05:45:32 PM
The Hurricane Sandy may be over yet another storm is ahead and has four days left; the election race tornado, with so far President Obama and Republican Mitt Romney crisscrossing battleground states with their final pitches and speeches throughout in fact the final days before Tuesday`s election.
Now on one hand Obama was slated to return to Ohio on Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday. He also was set to stump in Wisconsin, Iowa, Virginia, Florida, New Hampshire and Colorado.
On the other hand Romney was scheduled to campaign in Ohio, Wisconsin, New Hampshire, Colorado and Pennsylvania as both candidates are giving their best and trying efficiently to seal the deal at the end of a long, heated and close campaign.
Obama seems confident and publicly affirmed that: "We know what the future requires," adding that "We don`t need a big-government agenda or a small-government agenda. We need a middle-class agenda that rewards hard work and responsibility."
Plus the president dismissed Romney`s claim for being a true candidate of change saying "We know what change looks like, and what the governor`s offering sure isn`t it"
As for the Republican, he on his side criticized Obama`s past and future handle of the current deteriorated labor conditions, which pushed him to declare: "I don`t think adding a new chair in his Cabinet will help add millions of jobs on Main Street," and that: " We need a president who understands business, and I do."
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