Obama Resets Campaign Debate, But Not to Jobs
Any day now, someone is going to grab the wheel of the 2012 presidential election and yank it toward the issue that American voters overwhelmingly worry about: jobs. There are still 13 million Americans looking for work; the average time someone spends unemployed has soared to nearly 10 months. So the candidates can’t keep fighting over gas prices, contraception, and the specter of some ambiguously far-off debt crisis – can they?
Mitt Romney won primaries in Wisconsin, Maryland and Washington, D.C. (CNN)
Posted: Wed, 04/04/2012 - 9:59am