On Labor Day, Obama tells union workers in Ohio that Romney would bring a 'losing season'
TOLEDO, Ohio - President Barack Obama is telling union workers in Ohio that Mitt Romney would guide the nation to a "losing season," using a sports metaphor to insist that voters should take his opponent's plan and "punt it away."
The president was marking Labor Day in union-friendly Toledo, noting that he stepped in to help rescue automakers General Motors and Chrysler in 2009.
Obama responded to a recent Romney speech, in which the GOP nominee said it was "time to get a new coach" and time for America "to see a winning season again."
Obama says Romney's tax plan sounds like "unnecessary roughness." The president says: "You don't need that coach. That's a losing season."
part of our problem is that we have been brainwashed by the corporate media to think unions are bad...just think what your job (unionized or not) would be like with out all the nsweat, blood and tears of those in the past who have fought for your working conditions!