President Barack Obama attacked GOP Presidential nominee Mitt Romney’s five-point economic characterizing it as “sketchy deal” in a speech on a wide-range of topics during his visit to Cornell College today.
“The interesting thing about [Romney’s] five-point plan for the economy is that it’s really a one-point plan, Obama said before a reported crowd of 2,000 people. “Where folks at the very top play by their own set of rules.”
Today marked Obama’s ninth trip to Iowa this year where he had held 16 political events, according to a press release. Obama previously visited the University of Iowa in Sept. and Iowa State in August.
Obama also urged students at the event to register to vote, and to vote early in Iowa. Early voting began in Iowa Sept. 27.
— By Brent Griffiths