President Barack Obama walked into a big round of applause at Reid's House Restaurant in Rockingham County. He was also talking jobs there. He started this latest bus tour Monday and has been pushing for support for his recently stalled jobs bill.
"It's going to take time to rebuild an America where hard work is valued, where responsibility is rewarded, where people don't feel like the decks are stacked against them. Where everybody is getting a fair shot and everybody is contributing their fair share. It is going to take time to rebuild an America where we restore security for the middle class and opportunity for folks trying to get in the middle class. An economy that works for everybody and not just for folks at the top.That's our goal."
GoDanRiver.com reports the restaurant owner says The president arrived shortly before 1 p.m. and spoke with all the restaurant’s customers before ordering two patties with cheese in between, lettuce, tomatoes, and mayonnaise with an order of fries, banana pudding and chocolate pie, according to Marsh.
Obama also touted the benefits of his plan while speaking to a crowd at Greensville County High School in Emporia, Virginia.
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