Barack Obama's campaign slogan is 'forewarned not 'forward': Mitt Romney
Washington: Prompted by his visit to a recently shut-down business in Virginia, Mitt Romney has said that Obama's administration campaign slogan should be "forewarned" and not "forward".
Five days ahead of the November 06 elections, Romney made an unscheduled stop on Thursday at Bill's Barbecue in Richmond, Virginia which closed in September due to financial difficulties after being in service for more than 80 years.
"President Obama's campaign slogan is 'forward'; I think a better term would be forewarned. We've seen the results of the last four years. We got a lot of people who are hurting and they don't want to see another four years like the last four years.”
"I mean, do you want to see four more years with 23 million Americans struggling for a good job?" Romney said at an election rally at Doswell in Virginia, a battleground State.
The Republican presidential nominee also slammed Obama for his recent remarks on creating a Secretary of Business.
"He (Obama) came up with an idea last week. He's going to create a department of business, all right? I just don't think another Cabinet chair is going to create the jobs that America needs.”
"I'm entitled to make sure that we get a President who understands business as opposed to tries to hire someone in the Cabinet who has a background in business," he said.
The Romney campaign told reporters during a conference call that the Republican presidential candidate is better placed than Obama before the November 06 elections.