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Inside Politics: Ryan hammers Obama’s ‘didn’t build that’ remark
At a campaign rally in Roanoke, Va., the Wisconsin congressman said it revealed Mr. Obama’s “mindset” of favoring big government over private entrepreneurs — and shows why his policies have failed to create jobs.
Last month, at a Roanoke fire station, Mr. Obama said successful businesses depend on things like bridges and schools that governments created — and said to successful business owners, “You didn’t build that. Somebody else made that happen.” Since then, Mitt Romney and his running mate have denounced the comment as anti-business. Mr. Obama’s campaign insists his words have been taken out of context.
Saddleback’s Warren cancels presidential forum plans
The Rev. Rick Warren says he has canceled plans for a “civil forum” featuring the presidential candidates because their campaign is so uncivil.
Neither the Obama campaign nor the Romney campaign said its candidate had committed to appearing at the forum at Mr. Warren's Saddleback Church in Lake Forest, Calif. The forum had been planned for this week.
In an interview published Wednesday by the Orange County Register, Mr. Warren said the forum’s goal was to promote civility and personal respect between people with major differences. He said that has not been the climate of the presidential campaign, and that he doesn’t expect that to change.
Spence campaign manager Jared Craighead said the event drew about 125 people and raised more than $150,000.
Both the Republican and Democratic governors associations have been active in Missouri’s race.
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