Florida AG Says Obama More Concerned with Golfing, Fundraising than Jobs [VIDEO]
President has golfed 180 holes, yet hasn't met with jobs council in 192 days, says Pam Bondi.
Barack Obama has spent more time golfing and campaigning than he has working with his jobs council. That is, according to Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi, who stopped at Mitt Romney's New Hampshire campaign headquarters in Bedford today to speak with a couple dozen of the former Massachusetts governor's supporters and volunteers.
Bondi, who visited Bedford as part of a three-stop swing that included the unveiling of the Women for Mitt Romney coalition in Concord this morning, said it's been 192 days since the president met with his jobs council. In that time, she said he has held 117 fundraisers and golfed 10 times.
"Yet he can't meet with his jobs council? This is a bipartisan group of highly qualified people," said Bondi. "I mean unemployment is at an all-time (high) ... it's unbelievable. We have 23 million Americans unemployed and he can't meet with his jobs council because he's too busy campaigning?"
Bondi also lauded both Mitt and Ann Romney on their personalities, their drive, their passion and their commitment to strengthen the United States.
"It's leading by example, and Mitt Romney has started businesses from the ground up, he turned around his state when he was governor, pulled them out of a huge multi-billion dollar deficit, created jobs. He leads by example," said Bondi. "Barack Obama is the complete opposite."
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