Romney hits Obama on jobs, weighs Gulf Coast trip
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney is telling veterans that he will make jobs a top priority.
Romney addressed the American Legion on Wednesday. He says President Barack Obama's biggest failure is that he's not delivered on the jobs that he has promised to returning veterans.
Romney is pledging that as president that he will get America to work again.
Romney, who is considering whether to visit the Gulf Coast after Isaac, opened his remarks noting that seven years ago the country was bracing for Hurricane Katrina. He says the country must do all it can to help people on the Gulf Coast.
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