Framing the election as a choice between fiscal responsibility and more of the same, Mitt Romney began his closing argument to voters Friday -- calling for "real change, big change" in what was billed as a major economic address.
Speaking at a construction supply firm in the battleground state of Iowa, the Republican presidential nominee laid the blame for slow growth and falling wages squarely on President Obama and used the president's 2008 campaign slogan against him.
"We need real change, big change," Romney told the crowd of over 3,000 who braved the chilly temperatures, before promising a different course. "Our campaign is about that kind of change -- confronting the problems that politicians have avoided for over a decade, revitalizing our competitive economy, modernizing education, restoring our founding principles."
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