" WINDHAM, NH (CBS) – President Obama made two stops in New Hampshire Saturday, drawing large crowds and opening a newer, more aggressive attack against his opponent Mitt Romney and Romney’s new running mate Rep. Paul Ryan.
A fired up and enthusiastic crowd greeted Obama at his first stop in Windham. They cheered as he outlined his accomplishments and booed at the first mention of Ryan.
“He put forward a plan that would let Governor Romney pay less than one percent in taxes each year and here’s the kicker: he expects you to pick up the tab,” the president told the crowd of 2300 supporters.
WBZ NewsRadio 1030′s Kim Tunnicliffe reports
In the week since Ryan entered the race, the campaign rhetoric has shifted. Obama still accuses Romney of cutting taxes for the rich. But Medicare is the newest campaign fight as both sides seek to gain the upper hand on an issue where Rep. Ryan has offered controversial plans.
The president accused Romney and Ryan of wanting to turn Medicare into a voucher system.
“My plan has already extended Medicare by nearly a decade "
Click here to read the whole article
After several days in which he mentioned only generalities on the campaign trail, Representative Paul D. Ryan sought on Saturday to play offense on Medicare, attacking in detail President Obama's health care plan, seizing an issue that has the ...Read more
Is this the nastiest presidential campaign ever? That's a toughie. Past campaigns have set the bar so low that, to quote a senior adviser to Mitt Romney, "I don't think a world champion limbo dancer could get any lower." Actually the adviser, Eric ...Read more
Barack Obama President Barack Obama arrives at a campaign event, Saturday, Aug. 18, 2012, in Windham, N.H., at Windham High School. As they rush towards their party conventions, the rival presidential campaigns are trying to invigorate core supporters ...Read more
Dozens of protesters from several liberty groups spoke out against the direction President Obama has taken the country in over the past four years. Rochester resident Sarah Knowlton says she's excited to see the campaign come to her home town, but she ...Read more