“We can’t afford four more years like the last four,” she said. “The Romney-Ryan plan for a stronger middle class will create 12 million jobs, result in higher take-home pay, and put America back on the path of prosperity and opportunity. On Tuesday, voters will embrace Mitt Romney’s positive vision for a real recovery and a brighter future.”
Campaigning for Mr. Obama in Ohio Friday, Mr. Clinton criticized Mr. Romney’s plan to create 12 million new jobs.
“I just don’t think it works,” Mr. Clinton said. “We have tried it before.”
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