Video: Obama Rallies Supporters With Eye Toward Job Growth

President Barack Obama says he has a plan that will create jobs, expand renewable energy and strengthen the workforce. Watch our video to hear more.

President Barack Obama rallied 11,000 people on Saturday at the St. Petersburg College Campus in Seminole.

Anti-Westboro Baptist September 10, 2012 at 03:42 PM
Thank you President Obama, stopping 750,000 jobs a month from being lost and adding jobs back every month for 30 straight months! Thank you for making it a little harder for employers to keep women down and under paid. Thank you for finally seeing that Bin Laden was caught, killed and at the bottom of the ocean. Thank you for ending "don't ask don't tell" which went against the very nature of our constitution. Thank you for having the courage to go ahead with the Affordable Care Act fully knowing it was far from perfect yet would help millions of American as we continue to refine the Act. Thank you for the Executive order to help our immigrants even though so many forget we are all immigrants. Because of all you have done and overseen, I as a Republican will vote for You!
Mary M. Barrett September 10, 2012 at 05:16 PM
Where would our unemployment be if he has not saved the Auto industry? He inherited a 14 % unemployment rate that was heading to go higher. 8% is not bad in 3 years time. It takes a week to gain 50 pounds - takes a year to get it off - same with other bad stuff - bad stuff is easy to build up - good stuff much harder to get rid of. Thanks Lynda for explaining the hard stuff.
Mary M. Barrett September 10, 2012 at 05:18 PM
Why don;t we stay in 2012 where Presidency is added to his resume. Why is it when folks have no other reason to give for not liking him they fall back to the same senseless arguments?
Mary M. Barrett September 10, 2012 at 05:20 PM
Hey Cherlene - we saw you there. We were waving and yelling to you up there on the stand - looked good and was great to get the Patch in there- I he was great!
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