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-- the venerable national press secretary of Obama for America back to our radio show.
What's the final argument then -- we close the deal with the American people.
We -- stuff today Allen has with God's and then there's the bad days testing.
Two Colorado as well today he laid out what's at stake.
For the middle class of this election.
We've made a lot of progress in the last four years -- in the middle of the severe economic crisis in two wars but when the president came and office.
Businesses have -- created more than five million jobs.
GM is back.
-- housing prices are going.
Back up again Osama bin Laden is dead and were out of Iraq but we can't stop there we've got to continue building the economy for the middle class out Mitt Romney on the -- It's closing argument is that he represents change but he doesn't represent real tranche.
Changes -- -- were turned the -- failed economic policies that got us into this -- In the first place more tax cuts for the wealthiest stripping back oversight from Wall Street we tried that before it -- to where we were to detonate.
We had that during the first debate the problem one of the issues was that a -- or new Romney showed up.
-- wasn't telling the truth and wishing them now -- the closing moments of this campaign with this and I'm gonna play just a little snippet of it today.
On the continuing lie the cheapest moving American workers to China.
Obama -- GM and Chrysler into bankruptcy and sold Chrysler to Italians were going to do jeeps in China.
Mitt Romney will fight for every American job.
-- Mitt Romney -- just.
It's going to be angry at the Italians and the Chinese right coming.
-- that's -- I think there's one word to characterize in the Romney campaign in the final -- it's and it's desperation.
They know that his opposition of the auto recovery -- hurt him across the state of Ohio won in any jobs in the state of Ohio is linked to.
To the auto industry so first he tried to say well it was actually for the on the recovery people wouldn't find it credible -- that he -- not that public Detroit go bankrupt and so.
But now he's gotten himself into a fight with GM.
And Chrysler GM said it was -- -- he was -- an alternate universe he's received a straight days.
Negative press attention in this state of Ohio in the state of Michigan -- that's.
And this may be that the sides of the issue -- the president bet on American workers it's not just the auto industry its manufacturing generally.
He's in -- in manufacturing more than 500000 jobs.
Have been created nationwide 50000 of those manufacturing jobs in the state of Ohio after been clients -- 1990 itself.
Now and I go to a conservative sites like Drudge for example -- if putting up these polls that show Romney ahead.
I think to give aid and comfort to the -- on the other side but.
What do the polls that really count and and how do you interpret what's going on now in terms -- we can expect on -- Tuesday.
-- you know around pulled will be up and down I think if you take a look at the aggregate of the battleground polls state by state there's a slight lean towards -- president because.
The economic choices certain to crystallize that there but we've got hard numbers.
Election Day is every day at this point it's it's like Iowa and Ohio and Nevada where voters have been voting for weeks.
And you go outside those numbers the president's leading to do one.
In states like Iowa were improving.
On our margins in 2008 were even better.
-- -- -- on 2008 in the state of North Carolina were a couple poles came out this week showing outside -- the run -- campaign that they want to put that stayed away.
Months ago so that really -- numbers are very encouraging and they're setting up a very high bar for Mitt Romney on election.
You can't take it for granted yet -- Absolutely not you know we knew this rates because competitive.
We're it was an 800000 jobs a month when the president can't.
Into office we needed to be close and competitive all along given the historic challenges that are nation.
Was facing but in the final days of this campaign the president's going to be out there.
On the stump and making clear what the economic choices in this election week.
Invest in education that you invests in research and development should we reduce the deficit and a balanced way or do you believe.
Against all evidence that more tax cuts for the wealthiest paid for by the middle class will create jobs.
How do you feel -- dynamics of the race might have been changed.
By the hurricane.
You know ultimately.
The president put politics aside I think that was a moment in which Democrats and Republicans.
Came together and make sure made sure that the victims.
Of this storm -- taking care of that work is ongoing.
The president spoke with local officials in New Jersey today spoke with his assistant for Homeland Security.
John Brennan is FEMA administrator.
You get throughout the day ensuring that all the federal resources we could Marshal.
To support the response efforts of the State's.
Were were deployed.
I know a number of municipalities are moving.
They're voting locations to ensure that everybody will be able to vote were confident that will be able to get her voters out by the end of the day on November 6.
All right and I guess part of that is getting a yellow onion you gotta see you known for -- good ground game getting people out to vote.
It's got to be -- on Tuesday Iran.
It's going to be absolutely -- you can already see.
But the enthusiasm out there you know the -- -- and argued this week that they have an intensity gap on their side but it hasn't.
Showed up at this point we've been building this campaign since 2000 at the presence.
The only present history -- never what is organization go away we didn't matter this thing.
With the database and we know where the undecided voters are we know work supporters are and over the course of the next five days will be parting -- Porter and I appreciated -- always -- -- help you've given us -- during the campaign thanks for being with us tonight.
I don't think agreement -- -- national press and Terry the Obama for America campaign.
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