Heavy rain couldn’t dampen the spirits of the 1,200 people who stood in line on Monday morning for a chance to hear from President Obama during a campaign stop at the Oyster River High School in Durham.
With his sleeves rolled up, the President spoke for a half-hour firing jabs at rival Mitt Romney for his record while at the private equity firm, Bain Capital. Obama focused on Romney’s firm making investments in companies that outsourced jobs to China and India.
“You don’t need someone trying to explain to you the difference between outsourcing and off shoring,” said President Obama. “You need someone who’s going to wake up every single day and fight for American jobs and investments here in the United States.”
The President’s address was often interrupted by chants of ‘four more years.’
Following his visit at the high school the President’s motorcade stopped at the Dairy Bar on the campus of the University of New Hampshire where the President ordered a couple of ice creams paying for them with money in his pocket.