Obama is ready to rumble during round two of the presidential debates tomorrow in New York!
His spokesperson said the President will not repeat the same lackluster performance that he displayed at the first presidential debate in Denver, and will take shots at Mitt Romney's track record as the CEO of Bain Capital, a private equity firm.
Democrats accuse the Republican candidate of outsourcing American jobs overseas, downsizing, and not paying taxes during his tenure at Bain Capital.
Jen Psaki, the Obama campaign spokeswoman, said:
Gov. Romney has been making pitches all of his life and he knows how to say what people want to hear whether that was during his time at Bain or during the dozens of town halls he did during the primary. His running mate also left him vulnerable on a number of issues -- admitting there was a $5 trillion tax cut, after he denied it, but again failing to explain how they would pay for it, leaving women worried about their ability to make choices about their own health care and failing to articulate their plan for winding down our presence in Afghanistan.
At the first debate, Obama failed to mention Romney's Bain record, as well as key points about the Governor's history. As a result, the Romney campaign gained more momentum and gained ground in opinion polls.
This time, Obama is going straight for the jugular!
SOURCE: Fox News