Just two weeks out from the Iowa Caucuses, Mitt Romney sharpened his attacks on President Obama and laid out his vision for the country's future in what his campaign is calling the beginning of his closing arguments to voters.
Taking a page out of Mr Obama's playbook, the campaign provided him with a teleprompter in what could be interpreted as an effort to make Mr Romney appear more Presidential.
Speaking before a crowd of more than 150 people in Bedford, NH, the former Massachusetts governor accused the President of turning the country into an "entitlement society," re-distributing what is earned by some, to all.
"The truth is that everyone may get the same rewards, but virtually everyone will be worse off... And the only people who truly enjoy any real rewards are those who do the re-distributing-the government," said Romney.
He even invoked the name of former President John F.