Obama begs students to take up the slack tp prevent a ‘blood letting’

September 29, 2010 05:46

President Obama dared young voters at a rally in Wisconsin to get involved in his fight to prevent a “blood-letting” for Democrats in November.

By Sam Youngman at The Hill


With Obama and Vice President Biden telling Democrats to “quit whining” and vote, the president pleaded for patience and loyalty from the crowd, telling them that “change is gonna come.”

“They’re saying you’re apathetic, you’re disappointed,” Obama said. “You’re..’I’m not sure if I’m going to turn out.’”

Obama spent a great deal of his remarks defending his economic policies. He blamed the crisis he inherited for the troubled economy.


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