Obama enlists Minnesotans for political fight
CANNON FALLS, Minn. -- President Barack Obama asked Minnesotans attending a mid-day "town hall" meeting in a tranquil riverside park to get involved fixing what he called Washington's "broken" politics.
The Democratic president, in what many called his first campaign swing of a re-election bid, urged the 500 people gathered in along the Cannon River to tell members of Congress: "It is time for games to stop. It is time to put country first."
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