President Barack Obama says November's election will give voters the chance to break a stalemate about America's direction.
Obama said at a campaign speech today in Cleveland that his race against Republican Mitt Romney will present a choice "between two fundamentally different visions" about how to grow the economy, create jobs for the middle class and pay down the nation's debt.
Romney, also in battleground Ohio today, denounced Obama's economic stimulus plan, saying in a Cincinnati speech that Obama is "long on words and short on action" when it comes to fixing the economy.
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Mitt Romney, the GOP presumptive presidential candidate, attacks President Obama on what he says has been three and a half years of inaction on jobs and the economy.