Obama rocks 14K on OU's College Green

Phillips, Jim
October 2012
Athens News;10/18/2012, p12
The article offers information regarding U.S. President Barack Obama's performance in the second debate against U.S. Presidential candidate Mitt Romney. It presents views of several known personalities which include former Ohio Governors Ted Strickland and Rabbi Danielle Leshaw. It discusses the debate in which Obama tore into Romney's plans for tax reform and job creation.


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