President Barack Obama spoke at a rally in Tampa, Fla., and tried to make sure everyone knew his economic plan. There was only one problem: He couldn’t find his plan.
Obama’s plan, “A Plan for Jobs & Middle-Class Security,” is a 20-page, glossy magazine that the campaign released just two weeks from Election Day. In it, Obama explains his five-point plan to turn around the economy.
While referencing his plan at the recent campaign stop, the President lost his copy.
“Where’s my plan?” Obama asked.
He then realized it had fallen off his podium to the ground.
“Oh, it dropped. I couldn’t find my plan,” he said.
Romney campaign spokesperson Ryan Williams responded to Obama’s plan: “A glossy pamphlet two weeks before an election is no substitute for a real agenda for America. Instead of offering a plan to get our economy back on track and create new jobs, President Obama is offering more tax increases, more spending, more debt, and fewer jobs.”