Oct. 13 - Republican presidential nominee Romney pledges to bolster economy and military as President Obama prepares for second round of debates. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
Romney pledges to bolster economy as Obama prepares for debate U.S. Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney campaigned in Ohio Saturday where he vowed to maintain the strength of the U.S. economy and military if he wins the November election. (SOUNDBITE)(English) U.S. REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE MITT ROMNEY SAYING: "We have got to make sure that America is strong, and I commit to you when I am president of the United States, when I am president of the United States, I will keep America strong in our homes, in our economy, in our military. We will make sure our military is so strong no one would ever think of testing America. This is the time for us to come back, we are going to take back this country. I need your help, get out and vote." While Romney was in the battleground state of Ohio, U.S. President Barack Obama headed to Williamsburg, Virginia to prepare for a second presidential debate Tuesday. Analysts say Obama is likely to follow up on issues from the vice presidential debate including taxes, women's right to abortion, and a time line for ending the war in Afghanistan.