Obama: Election "Not The Usual, Run-Of-The-Mill Political Argument"
"There are too many people out there who are struggling, too many folks out of work, too many homes that are still under water. Of course, we need to do better, the debate is not whether, it is how. How do we grow the economy faster? How do we create we create more jobs? How do we pay down our debt? How do we reclaim that central American promise that no matter who you are, you can make it here if you try," President Obama said at a campaign event held at a high school in New Hampshire.
"And this is not just the usual run-of-the-mill political argument. This is not the usual Washington chatter. There is a lot of that. But this, this is the defining issue of our time. This is a make or break moment for our middle class and folks who are aspiring to get into the middle class. The next president and the next Congress will face a set of decisions on the economy, on deficits, on taxes, that will have a profound impact not only on the country we live in today, but the country that we pass on to our kids," he added.