Obama, in New Hampshire, Links McCain to Bush

Campaigning in New Hampshire today, Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama said his Republican rival doesn't understand that Americans want to hear about solutions to their economic problems, not political attacks.

Obama traveled to Londonderry following his third and final debate with John McCain.

McCain told Obama during the debate that he isn't President Bush, a frequent Obama target. The Arizona senator went on to criticize Obama on a variety of domestic issues as well as his past association with a '60s-era radical.

Obama told supporters today that McCain has yet to explain what he would do differently from Bush when it comes to important economic issues.

This program aired on October 16, 2008. The audio for this program is not available.


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