President Obama spoke today in Hilliard, Ohio about workers who were scared by Mitt Romney's lies about Jeep moving their jobs to China.
The American people, Vice President Biden said, want a President they can trust, and they know Romney doesn't pass that test.
Mitt Romney has been smearing people his entire campaign, but when he took down GM and Chrysler, the press woke up with a vengeance.
Mitt Romney is out with a new radio ad that takes his previous Jeep lies to a whole new level, saying Obama is sending jobs to China but Romney will stand up for jobs here, not in China.
Romney is lying because Romney has to lie. It's the best card he has to play in a stacked deck, betting on the ignorance and short term memory of the electorate.
The Obama campaign is stopping Romney's Jeep to China lie dead in its tracks with a tough new ad that delivers the facts, and calls Romney a liar.
Asked if Romney was lying about Jeep moving production to China, Blackburn said, 'Oh, well, I don't know. I haven't talked with the campaign staff about that.'
Romney jumped the lie shark with his new ad. The press is not impressed and they are calling Romney out on it. Here's a roundup of reaction.
Former Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland and Congressman Tim Ryan appeared on MSNBC's The Ed Show to address Romney's ies about Jeep moving to China.
Mitt Romney played the Grim Reaper of jobs when he told Ohioans a complete falsehood about Chrysler moving Jeep to China and taking Americans job with them.