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It's the economy including unemployment the debt the deficit.
Likely to be the deciding factor in the presidential race almost everyone agrees the economy is not good did this agreement.
Whose fault it is we have -- teams got team coverage tonight Carl Cameron tells us Mitt Romney says the blame goes to President Obama.
But we'll begin with chief White House correspondent Ed Henry on the president's rebuttal.
So liberating Father's Day early President Obama had a barbecue lunch today with several military dads who work in barber shops.
Resources are available for them where they can.
-- job training programs it's the president's poll numbers that are getting trimmed as the economy stalls.
With a new Reuters -- is poll showing his job approval rating among independents has plummeted thirteen points in the last month.
While his disapproval has gone up fifteen points.
Strategist James Carville and two colleagues are warning Democrats in a new -- the party could face an impossible headwind in November.
And -- the president launches a dramatic shift in strategy quote.
These voters are not convinced that we are headed in the right direction.
Yet tomorrow the president is delivering his first big economic speech of the general election in Ohio.
And there will not be any new policies or strategies to deal with the crisis we shouldn't expect much news -- -- -- We can expect more of -- -- more government.
And higher taxes to pay for it all another mainstay in the -- strategy is to blame the economic mess on his predecessor former president George W.
Which he did again at a series of fundraisers yesterday.
I inherited a trillion dollar deficit.
We had a surplus they turned it into a deficit built -- a structural deficit.
That extends for decades.
And make -- all the stuff into the cake with those tax cuts.
At the strip the prescription drug plan that they -- -- and the war.
In fact with the war in Iraq over in the tax cuts set to expire at the end of this year.
Not all of the bush policies are set in stone for decades leading a top Republican strategist to say.
This president needs to take responsibility for his policies his policies have fail and fail miserably.
And you can't go out and say things going to be different and a second term when it's pretty much the same thing.
In an attempt to lower expectations a senior US official today said the administration does not expect dramatic action from the Europeans at the G-20 summit.
Which means a debt crisis will continue to hinder.
Our economy Brett -- Henry loved north lawn Ed thank you.
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