Photos: President Obama Campaigns at George Mason University

He spoke at the Patriot Center for the Arts on Friday morning.

President Barack Obama spoke Friday to a packed house at George Mason University's Patriot Center for the Art.

Obama spoke for about 20 minutes and focused on women's rights and health reform. For Patch's story on Obama's GMU campaign appearance, click here.

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Paul S October 11, 2012 at 11:10 PM
Barbara - Again I must question whether you are concerned about "flip-flopping" or the fact that you simply do not agree with Romney's core positions such as being pro-life and pro-traditional marriage for example. Is Obama also a flip-flopper on his gay marriage stance or did he "evolve" to your satisfaction. I don't mean to argue with you, its just that you claim you don't trust him because he flip-flops (which btw I don't completely agree with), but the truth is you apparently don't support his stated positions (which are spelled out on his website). Again, don't care to argue with you the charges you have leveled against him, only question your "concern" about trusting him when you wouldn't vote for him no matter what. Which is okay by the way, its still a free country.
Mike October 11, 2012 at 11:57 PM
Ruth, if you think that is the beginning I invite you to take a class on Mideast policy (GMU has a very good one).
Mike October 12, 2012 at 12:00 AM
Didn't Obama say he was against gay marriage and now he's for it? Obama is not consistent either. Obama is no different than Romney when saying something and doing something else.
VA_in_VA October 12, 2012 at 12:11 AM
Paul: The real problem is that Romney has no core. He is attempting to be all things to all people. I personally know of some that are voting for him because they don't believe he's a conservative, but still rather a Massachusetts moderate simply pulling a rouse over all the tea party and evangelical folks controlling the GOP. To me he has all the makings of the classic used car salesman will to say anything to close the deal. Oh, and I should mention I hate used car salesman.
Barbara Glakas October 12, 2012 at 01:50 AM
Paul, Thanks for your comments. I’m not confused about trust versus facts. For me it is a matter of both. I disagree with him on some facts and I don’t like his flip-flopping, which causes a lack of trust. Moreover, it is hard to know what his “facts” really are due to his continual flip-flopping ways. He’s like a moving target. About the pro-life issue you mentioned, when Romney was Governor, I agreed with his position that Roe v. Wade should be maintained. But now he says Roe v. Wade should be overturned, which I disagree with. My bigger issue is not that he may have changed his mind on just one issue. I understand that people sometimes do change their minds on an issue over the course of years. But Romney seems to have changed his position on a variety of major issues that affect the country. How do I know what he really stands for? Of all the Republicans who ran in the primary, I believe that Ron Paul was the most consistent about his positions and political philosophies. I did not always agree with what he said but he obviously had a strong core, and a strong belief system, which I cannot say about Romney.


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