VIDEO: Obama visits RAC Field, diagnoses Mitt with "Romnesia"

President Obama visited the Fairfax campus of George Mason University on Friday, October 19 where he came out swinging at Governor Mitt Romney, and, using a new attack line, called Romney a flip flopper on the issues, referring to his change of views as a case of “Romnesia.”



This is Obama’s sixth visit since being a presidential candidate in 2008 and his second visit within two weeks at Mason. Obama has frequently visited the swing state of Virginia and is heavily focusing on the Commonwealth voters because of new polls that put Romney and Obama neck and neck.

Friday’s speech was advertised by the Obama campaign to be a rally focusing on women’s rights. While this issue was very prevalent, Obama spent a large portion of his speech criticizing some of the comments made by Romney in Tuesday’s presidential debate.

Monday Oct. 22, Obama and Romney will face off for the last time before November 6 in the third presidential debate, which will air at 9 p.m.

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