In a fiery campaign speech in Cleveland on Thursday, President Obama linked Mitt Romney with what he called the failed Republican fiscal policies of the last decade and declared the economy the top issue facing American voters. “There is one place where I stand in complete agreement with my opponent: This election is about our economic future,” Obama said. “But more than anything else, this election represents a choice between two fundamentally different visions about how to create strong, sustainable growth.”
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