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It was a buckeye battle over the economy and small business the president was in Cleveland Ohio.
Hoping to jump start his economic message after some recent bad news on the economy slower growth slower job creation the risks from Europe and the fiscal -- here in Washington.
-- cut taxes for small -- -- eighteen times.
I have a world.
Fewer regulations in the first three years of my presidency that -- Republican predecessors -- in his.
And I'm implementing over five other reforms to -- regulations the were costing folks too much.
For no reason.
Aides -- the remarks as the president's first economic speech of the general election campaign and the key battleground state.
But the president offered no new economic proposals just a repeat of previous ones such as more government spending on infrastructure energy and education.
In Cincinnati Mitt Romney said the president should be delivering and economic recovery not a speech.
Go to small employers or big employers.
That you know when your community talk to people you know that -- a retail store or small manufacturer.
Did president Obama's policies.
Help put people back to work.
Or did they make it less likely for you to hire people.
Or call that no Republican has ever won the White House without Ohio poll -- that the president and Romney are neck and neck there.
That's it for this edition of the small business report I'm Peter Barnes Fox Business Network.
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