Obama: Not enough change in first term

Not much hope either, but that's another story. CBS: "I think it's important to know we did an awful lot in the first four years," Mr. Obama told Rose when asked why he was seeking reelection. "But when I think about the next four years, what's undone?" The president argued that another term would help congeal policies he's put in place to make sure the middle class is "strong and growing," and said, "The question right now for the American people is, which vision - mine or Mr. Romney's - is most likely to deliver for those folks?" Rose asked about the current campaign compared to the 2008 race in which Mr. Obama ran on "hope," "change," and "Yes, we can." "What happened to that? Because that's not the narrative today," said Rose. "Well, it's funny, you know? I just came back from a bus tour in Ohio. And we're now starting to get in the campaign swing. And I tell people, 'This campaign's still about hope.' If somebody asks me, it's still about change." But the president...(Read Full Post)