“We’re going in the wrong direction,” the GOP nominee said flatly.
Obama, for his part, admitted: “We need to create more jobs, faster.”
WBZ NewsRadio 1030′s Bernice Corpuz reports
Fresh out of the two national conventions, both Obama and Romney chose to campaign Friday in New Hampshire and Iowa, improbable battleground states in the too-close-to-call race.
Sixty days out from the election, the rivals were quick to roll out rival contexts for the new Labor Department report showing that U.S. employers added just 96,000 jobs last month, failing to meet expectations. The unemployment rate fell to 8.1 percent from 8.3 percent in July, but only because more people gave up looking for work "
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