Romney: Tonight We Celebrate. Tomorrow, We Go Back to Work

The N.H. primary winner criticizes Obama in speech, looks ahead to S.C.
2:00 | 01/10/12

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Transcript for Romney: Tonight We Celebrate. Tomorrow, We Go Back to Work
Thank you do have served time. History. And -- This state has always been a very special place for -- for our family. And -- made -- home here we filled it with great memories of our children our grandchildren. The granite state moment we've just enjoyed is one we will always -- I -- -- five sons behind me and our daughters in law and grandkids somewhere around -- where there right behind. It's great have family here. You know tonight we celebrate tomorrow we go back to work. Okay. We do remember when Barack Obama came to New Hampshire four years ago. He he promised to bring people together. He promised to change the broken system in Washington. He promised to improve our nation. Those -- the days of lofty promises made by a hopeful candidate. Today we're faced with a disappointing record of a failed president. The last three years of -- -- lot of change but they haven't offered much hope. The middle class has been crushed nearly 24 million of our fellow Americans are still out of work struggling to find worker have stopped looking. The median income in America has dropped 10% in the last four years and soldiers returning home from the front lines are waiting now in unemployment lines. Our debts too -- and opportunities are too few. And this president wakes up every morning looks cut across America. And is proud to announce. It could be worse. It could be worse. That is not what it means to be an American it could be worse of course not. What binds us as Americans is our unwavering conviction that we know it must be better and it will be better. Okay. Tonight we're -- the good people of South Carolina. To join the citizens of New Hampshire and -- 2012. The year he runs out of time. Okay.

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