President Obama Takes Re-Election Campaign To Ohio, Virginia
President Obama kicked-off his re-election campaign in Ohio and Virginia, over the weekend. During the engagement, aimed at rallying support for his second bid in the Whit House, the Commander in Chief spoke on the importance of further pushing the country in the right direction.
"Over and over again, they will tell you that America is down and out, and they'll tell you who to blame, and ask if you're better off than you were before the worst crisis in our lifetimes,” he said while in Virginia. "But you know, the real question — the question that will actually make a difference in your lives and the lives of your children — is not just how we're doing today, but how we'll be doing tomorrow."
Challenging voters to make the right decision come November, Obama also told the crowd that the end result is in their hands. "When we look back four years from now, or 10 years from now, or 20 years from now, won't we be better off if we have the courage to keep moving forward? That's the question in this election. That's the question in this election. And the outcome is entirely up to you.”
With his campaign in the full-swing, the POTUS continues to be the subject of racists rants. Last week, an Atlanta bar owner posted a sign calling Obama the "ni**er in the White House," and refused to remove the comments from the front of his establishment.
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