President Obama used an appearance on David Letterman's Late Show to take Mitt Romney to task for suggesting the 47% of voters committed to Obama expect a government handout.
Policies have no work no. It's as I point out I recognize that among those that. I pay no tax approximately 47% of Americans I'm not likely to be highly successful with a message of lowering. Taxes and and so why then focus on those individuals who I believe are most likely to be able to be pulled and in my camp and help me win the 51 hour. Fifty point 1% that I need to become the next president. One things I've learned as as president is you represent the entire country and when I meet Republicans. As I'm traveling around the country -- they are hardworking. Family people. Who care deeply about this country and my expectation is that if you wanna be president you've got to work forever but not just for self. You see this over here on the left side. That's not a scoreboard. That's our national debt. -- go fast that goes. But Mitt Romney and I are talking about what we're proposing. He's a very simple idea. We've got to stop spending money we just don't hand these guys are not alone would you may talk about the national debt. Now you know you saw that Republican. Convention saw that debt clock back here click and click on the way out that's all it's true. But not one single time they tell me. That's the last time a Democrat held this office and left office the budget was balanced and that was coming down. Legislators they vote on policy stuff like that. It's not a war. The legislature.