Former President Bill Clinton has been doing a lot of campaigning lately. He made people long for the "good old days" during his speech at the Democratic National Convention, and he has been stumping for Barack Obama ever since. However, at a recent campaign stop, Clinton pretty much summed up the entire campaign in just a few sentences, and it sure sounded like he was making the case... for Romney.
Clinton was campaigning for Obama in Ohio and said that the country is "not fixed." He's right. Check it out.
Clinton rightfully pointed out the man in the audience from the second presidential debate who said he no longer had hope. Perhaps Obama was actually going to cry at that statement. So many pepole have lost hope, and Obama's only campaign message is "stay the course, Romney is bad."
Obama's first campaign slogan was right: hope and change. Little did people know that they'd have to wait four years in order to get it.