Obama and Romney duel in Ohio
CLEVELAND – President Barack Obama cast his re-election race against Republican Mitt Romney as the economic choice of a lifetime Thursday, seeking to stir undecided voters and asking the nation to buy into his vision for four more years or face a return to the recession-era “mistakes of the past.”
Said Romney: “Talk is cheap.”
From opposite ends of Ohio, a state vital to both of their political futures, Romney and Obama dueled in economic speeches that set the tone for a fierce, final five months of debate. At the core, the pitches were the political foes’ familiar, fundamentally different takes on how get to an economically aching nation soaring again.
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