With sights set on Romney, Obama says eager for campaign

By REUTERS
April 6, 2012 04:51

 
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WASHINGTON - US President Barack Obama on Thursday called out his likely opponent for the White House by name for the second time this week and said he "cannot wait" for the chance to pit his vision for America against the Republicans in this year's election.

In remarks that underscore the president's shift into full general election-fighting mode, Obama acknowledged Mitt Romney was the front-runner to win the Republican nomination to face him on Nov. 6, and said he relished the upcoming contest.

"We are going to have a big and important debate in this country, and I cannot wait," the Democrat told supporters at a fundraising event in Washington. "This is going to be a big debate and it's going to be a fun debate. It's always good to have the truth on your side," he said.

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