"Crosstalk" on RT - debate on the US Presidential camapign

"If you believe Obama, citing the statistics that you cited about so-called 27 months of job growth...those are macroeconomic statistics.  It's very, very unwise for a candidate to pin his election hopes on macroeconomic statistics.  The track record of doing so is not very good.  So I think if you go on the street and you talk to people and tell them about 27 months of job growth, that doesn't necessarily resonate with people.  The microeconomic reality for many people is far worse than those statistics portray.  Obama's people realize that, and that's why their campaign is based upon class warfare against Mitt Romney, which is really insulting to people's intelligence, but that's the tactic that they're using."

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