Image above courtesy of the RNC.
Obama has made so many visits to Ohio I am considering renting him a room, if nothing more than to save the taxpayers some money.
After moving through the northern part of this state 10 days ago, today he was in Cincinnati where he continued his negative campaign by attacking Mitt Romney despite the hundreds of thousands of U.S. jobs Obama’s policies have sent overseas. While Obama panders to Ohio he’ll conveniently leave out that even Ohio’s Democratic Senator Sherrod Brown has criticized him for breaking his promises to crack down on China’s unfair trade practices and sending billions of taxpayer dollars overseas.
Catherine Gatewood, Romney’s Ohio Victory Communications Director is quoted as saying:
“President Obama is so busy churning out misleading ads and pandering to voters in Ohio that he forgot to talk about his record of sending hundreds of thousands of jobs and billions of our taxpayer dollars overseas to places like China. With friends like Washington-insider Senator Sherrod Brown who have criticized Obama for breaking his promises on China, who needs enemies?”
And Ms. Gatewood tweeted this picture:
Obama had this to say, more of the same old rhetoric and broken promises:
“I want to give tax breaks to companies that are investing right here in Ohio, that are investing in Cincinnati,” Obama told a supportive crowd in the first official town hall event of his re-election campaign. “I want to give incentives to companies that are investing in you, the American people, to create American jobs making American goods … That’s why I’m running for president of the United States”
One thing Obama does hold sacred though, is his relationship with his Chicago barber who he flies in to D.C. to cut his hair. One man in the crowd offered to cut his hair, but he rebuffed him saying “a man and his barber is a strong connection.”
I wish he felt that way about America.
For a full list of articles on Obama and China, you may view it here.
Crossposted at Conservative Outlooks