Obama: Can't we all just 'move on to another topic?'

Keith Edwards
While getting schooled on the economy and jobs by Mitt Romney in Wednesday's presidential debate, President Obama struggled to find his "happy place."

In one instance after Romney took apart Obama's lame attempt to push class warfare by listing specifics on how adjusting the tax code will create jobs, Obama actually looked anxiously to moderator Jim Lehrer and said,  "Jim, I - you may want to move on to another topic."

So with the economy being the number one issue for voters this year, asking to "move on to another topic" probably isn't the best way for President Obama to address the most important concern of the American people.


While getting schooled on the economy and jobs by Mitt Romney in Wednesday's presidential debate, President Obama struggled to find his "happy place."

In one instance after Romney took apart Obama's lame attempt to push class warfare by listing specifics on how adjusting the tax code will create jobs, Obama actually looked anxiously to moderator Jim Lehrer and said,  "Jim, I - you may want to move on to another topic."

So with the economy being the number one issue for voters this year, asking to "move on to another topic" probably isn't the best way for President Obama to address the most important concern of the American people.